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The Polish Support Center for Culture in Ukraine hosted its partners for another time. During the visit of Mr Taras Wozniak, Director General of Lviv National Borys Voznytsky Art Gallery (Ukrainian: Львівська національна галерея мистецтв ім. Бориса Возницького), and Dr Wolodymyr Herych, prospects were discussed of developing the expert cooperation with the National Institute of...
Russian troops destroyed the Zaliznychnyk Palace of Culture on 18 August as a result of a rocket attack on Kharkiv. The building had the status of an architectural monument – it was built in 1927-1932 according to a design by architect A. Dmitriev in the Constructivist style. It was one of the highlights of this...
British actor Hugh Bonneville, known for his role as Robert Crowley in the Downton Abbey TV series, joined the ‘Postcards from Ukraine’ project. In the video, he talked about the losses suffered by Kharkiv, which was shelled by the Russians. “The historic centre and the shell explosions in Freedom Square have become a terrible reminder...
Russian occupation troops have dismantled the monument to the Ukrainian defenders of Mariupol. Destroyed by excavators, the memorial was one of the features of the modernised Freedom Square. It was built on the plan of Ukraine’s Trident coat of arms, with attached bronze leaves showing the names of soldiers who died in the city’s defence....
The National Institute of Cultural Heritage has been a center of excellence for the digitisation of historical monuments in Poland for more than ten years. In the framework of the projects currently executed by the Polish Support Center for Culture in Ukraine, established by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, an expert training session...
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The ongoing armed conflict in the territory of Ukraine has significantly increased the relevance of Ukrainian legislation regulating the export of cultural property out of the country, particularly in view of the entry into force of the Regulation (EU) 2019/880 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 April 2019 on the introduction...
24th August marks the 31st anniversary of Ukrainian independence. On this day – in1991 – following a failed coup d’état in Moscow, the Supreme Council of the Ukrainian Socialist Soviet Republic in Kyiv adopted Ukraine’s Declaration of Independence. This decision was approved by more than 90% of Ukrainians, who expressed their convictions in the independence...
Ukraine’s Ministry of Culture and Information Policy reported that “as of 30th July, 450 separate instances of war crimes against cultural heritage sites have been registered”. Among the bombed and shelled sites were 23 historic buildings of national importance and 108 other valuable structures. The scale of the destruction deliberately perpetrated by the Russian military...
28th July marks the Day of Ukrainian Statehood. The state holiday has been established onthe anniversary of the baptism of Kyivan Rus in 988 – the baptism in the Dnipro River of Volodymyr I the Great and residents of numerous towns initiated the process of Christianisation of the country. The Ukrainian Statehood Day was enacted...
The Ukrainian Institute in Kyiv has launched ‘Postcards from Ukraine’ project. Postcards prepared by graphic designers, however, do not depict picturesque nature and beautiful cities of our Eastern neighbour. The main theme is photos of destroyed historical sites, juxtaposed with their state from just a few months ago. Thus, the creators of the project want...
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