Diolch i Rhys Wynne ar Twitter am dynnu sylw Ffrwti at y lluniau.
Dyma gyfieithiad Google o'r testun oedd gyda'r lluniau:
"Today in Kiev people came to look at the residence of fugitive President Yanukovych . By 12 o'clock near the check point was to gather a lot of people all wanted to get inside and see how the president lived . Most were residents of neighboring houses. Somoobrona Maidana exposed his men on the perimeter of buildings to prevent looting. Someone wanted to break the fence , but attempts to prevent . Soon residence lined cork from wanting to look at the legendary "golden bowls Yanukovych". In people jokingly started calling residence Mezhyhiria 'Museum of Corruption'."
Mae rhagor o luniau rhyfeddol o brotestwyr a digwyddiadau dydd Gwener a chyfieithiad Saesneg o rai o'r disgrifiadau yn y gofnod hon.
"The Ukranian events are developing with a terrific speed. Just a couple of days ago people were talking about ending the Maidan events, but yesterday, the only subject everyone talked about was where did Yanukovych flee. The house of cards created by Yanokovych was destroyed yesterday right after the agreement with the opposition was signed. It no longer matters what the agreement between the opposition and the government was about - the agreement did not even last half a day. Maidan just went crazy, people, high on victory, only demand one thing now - they want the justice to be prevailed over Yanokovych and his people."