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Kharkiv

Kharkiv

ur Kharkiv is having a hard time surviving the war. In February, Russian troops broke through to the city center and until September remained on the outskirts and threatened to capture Ukraine’s second most populous city.

The northern cultural capital and the city, where for many centuries philosophical ideas arose, innovative artistic currents flared up and the history of Ukrainian literature was made, is shelled by Russian troops almost every day, killing people and destroying houses.

In Kharkiv, the Russian army destroyed at least 30 museums, as well as the Korolenko State Scientific Library, the National Theater of Opera and Ballet, the Art Museum, the House of Councils, and several buildings of the National University named after Karazina, the Palace of Labor and the City Council on Constitution Square, the Holy Dormition Cathedral of the 18th-19th centuries and other buildings.

Our long-time friends and partners Gwara Media, who wrote about culture and creative industries before the war, reformatted their work as conflict reporters. Thanks to the bravery of Serhiy Prokopenko and Yaroslav Ustych, we managed to document a number of objects that suffered in the city and region, in particular the National Literary and Memorial Museum of H.S. Skovoroda, monuments in bags that began to be laid in Kharkiv, the Polovtsian stone women, Gymnasium 134, the cultural center in Dergachy and the stately building of Derzhprom.

On our platform, you can also see the work of other scanners. 3D documentation in the Kharkiv Region was also carried out by Serhii Revenko Scan UA, the Close War project, and others as part of their initiatives.

ur Kharkiv is having a hard time surviving the war. In February, Russian troops broke through to the city center and until September remained on the outskirts and threatened to capture Ukraine’s second most populous city.

The northern cultural capital and the city, where for many centuries philosophical ideas arose, innovative artistic currents flared up and the history of Ukrainian literature was made, is shelled by Russian troops almost every day, killing people and destroying houses.

In Kharkiv, the Russian army destroyed at least 30 museums, as well as the Korolenko State Scientific Library, the National Theater of Opera and Ballet, the Art Museum, the House of Councils, and several buildings of the National University named after Karazina, the Palace of Labor and the City Council on Constitution Square, the Holy Dormition Cathedral of the 18th-19th centuries and other buildings.

Our long-time friends and partners Gwara Media, who wrote about culture and creative industries before the war, reformatted their work as conflict reporters. Thanks to the bravery of Serhiy Prokopenko and Yaroslav Ustych, we managed to document a number of objects that suffered in the city and region, in particular the National Literary and Memorial Museum of H.S. Skovoroda, monuments in bags that began to be laid in Kharkiv, the Polovtsian stone women, Gymnasium 134, the cultural center in Dergachy and the stately building of Derzhprom.

On our platform, you can also see the work of other scanners. 3D documentation in the Kharkiv Region was also carried out by Serhii Revenko Scan UA, the Close War project, and others as part of their initiatives.