Wednesday, 20 April 2022

Damaged cultural sites in Ukraine verified by UNESCO

Press release: 'Damaged cultural sites in Ukraine verified by UNESCO' by Alexandre Larcan April 19, 2022
As of 14 April, UNESCO has verified damage to 102 sites since 24 February – 47 religious buildings, 9 museums, 28 historical buildings, 3 theaters, 12 monuments and 3 libraries.

UNESCO is conducting a preliminary damage assessment for cultural properties* by cross-checking the reported incidents with multiple credible sources. These published data which will be regularly updated do not commit the Organization. UNESCO is also developing, with its partner organizations, a mechanism for independent coordinated assessment of data in Ukraine, including satellite image analysis, in line with provisions of the 1954 Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict.
*The term “cultural property” refers to immovable cultural property as defined under Article 1 of the 1954 Hague Convention, irrespective of its origin, ownership or status of registration in the national inventory, and facilities and monuments dedicated to culture, including memorials.

To date, no UNESCO World Heritage site appears to have been damaged.

Chernihiv Region

  1. Historic building of the regional youth center, formerly the Shchors Cinema – (Chernihiv)
  2. Church of St. Theodosius (Chernihiv)
  3. The Military Historical Museum - a branch of the Chernihiv Historical Museum – (Chernihiv region)
  4. Building of regional children's library (former Vasyl Tarnovsky Museum of Ukrainian Antiquities) – (Chernihiv region)
  5. St. Catherine Church of Chernihiv – (Chernihiv)
  6. Former District Court House in Chernihiv (built in 1904) – (Chernihiv)
  7. Chernihiv Regional Universal Scientific Library. V.G. Korolenko (built in 1910-13)
  8. St. Kazan Church in Chernihiv – (Chernihiv)
  9. Memorial cemetery with a memorial sign to the dead and the chapel of St. Archangel Michael (built in 2014-21) – (Chernihiv)
  10. Voskresenska Church (built in 1913) – (Chernihiv)
  11. Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary (built in 1801-04) – (Chernihiv)
  12. Central City Library M. Kotsiubynsky – (Chernihiv)
  13. Regional Art Museum. G. Galagana (built in 1899) – (Chernihiv)

Kyiv Region

  1. Ivankiv Museum – (Kyiv Region)
  2. Voznesens'ka Tserkva, Church of the Ascension – (Kyiv Region)
  3. Old church (Tserkva Heorhiyivsʹka) in Zavorychi village of Kyiv region – (Kyiv Region)
  4. Petro-Pavlivska Church – (Kyiv region)
  5. The Irpin Bible Seminary – (Kyiv region)
  6. Memorial monument to villagers who died in the Second World War – (Kyiv region)
  7. House of Culture (built in 1952-54) – (Kyiv region)
  8. Church of the Resurrection of Christ – (Kyiv region)
  9. Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (built in 2008) – (Kyiv region)
  10. Monument to the fallen soldiers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (established between 2014 and 2021) – (Kyiv region)
  11. Bust of Taras Shevchenko in Borodyanka (established in 1999) – (Kyiv region)
  12. Wooden Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (built in 1892) – (Kyiv region)
  13. Church St. Georgiy Pobidonosets in Irpin (built in 2021) – (Kyiv region)
  14. Convent of the Icon of the Mother of God "Uslyshatelnytsya" in Fasova village (built in 2012-16) – (Kyiv region)
  15. Mass grave of soldiers and a monument to compatriots who died during the Great Patriotic War in Bucha (established in 1951) – (Kyiv region)
  16. Church of Saints Elijah and Apostle Andrew the First-Called (built in 1997) – (Kyiv region)
  17. Local History Museum of Borodyanshchyna in Borodyanka – (Kyiv region)
  18. Central City Library in Irpin – (Kyiv region)
  19. Palace of Culture. T.G. Shevchenko – (Kyiv region)
  20. Monument to St. Archangel Michael in Borodiyanka (established in 2015) – (Kyiv region)

    Kharkiv Region

    1. Orthodox church in Kamianka village of Izyum – (Kharkiv)
    2. Uspensky Cathedral - Assumption Cathedral – (Kharkiv)
    3. Kharkiv Court of Appeal building – (Kharkiv)
    4. Historical "Slovo" building – (Kharkiv)
    5. Kharkiv Art Museum – (Kharkiv)
    6. Church of the Holy Queen Tamara – (Kharkiv)
    7. Kharkiv National Academic Opera and Ballet Theater – (Kharkiv)
    8. Residential historical building in Kharkiv – (Kharkiv)
    9. Kharkiv State Scientific Library (Korolenko State Scientific Library) – (Kharkiv)
    10. Building of the faculty of Economics of Kharkiv National University – (Kharkiv)
    11. Building of the former "Palace of Labor" – (Kharkiv)
    12. Church of the Holy Myrrh-Bearing Women – (Kharkiv)
    13. Building of the former central lecture hall in Constitution Square (Kharkiv)
    14. Historic residential building of the XIXth century (Kharkiv)
    15. Memorial Complex of Glory in Kharkiv – (Kharkiv)
    16. The monument of architecture "house of the former store "Lux" (XIXth century) (Kharkiv)
    17. Drobytskyi Yar Holocaust Memorial (Kharkiv)
    18. Historical complex of building of fire department buit in 1886 – (Kharkiv)
    19. Former women's gymnasium (built in 1870s) – (Kharkiv region)
    20. Kharkiv school No 7 (built in 1906-07) – (Kharkiv)
    21. Building of the Department of Labor and Social Protection of the Population of Izyum City Council (building of the XIXth century) – (Kharkiv region)
    22. Building of the Research Institute of Venereology (building 1889) – (Kharkiv)
    23. Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (built in 1838) – (Kharkiv region)
    24. Church of the 2000th anniversary of the Nativity of Christ in Kharkiv (built in 1999-2001) – (Kharkiv)
    25. V.A. Afanasiev Kharkiv State Academic Puppet Theater (built in 1906-1907) – (Kharkiv)
    26. Holy Ascension Cathedral (All-Holy Church) in Izyum (built in 1826, completed in 1902-03) – (Kharkiv region)
    27. Church of the Cross  (built in 1809-23) – (Kharkiv region)
    28. Church of Saint Demetrios of Soluneia – (Kharkiv region)
    29. Former Palace of Culture for the railway workers in Kharkiv (Central House of Science and Technology of the Southern Railway) – (Kharkiv)

    Zaporijiya Region

    1. Church of St. Tikhon of Zadonsky – (Zaporizhzhya region)
    2. Historical and Architectural Museum "Popov Manor" (Historical and architectural museum reserve "Sadyba Popova", complex of the 19th century) – (Zaporizhzhya region)

    Zhytomir Region

    1. Orthodox church near Zhytomyr (Church of the Blessed Virgin of the Ovruch Eparchy of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church) – (Zhytomyr Region)
    2. Church of St. Nicholas (Church of the Holy Veil defrocked Archimandrite Agathangelos) – (Zhytomyr Region)

    Donetsk Region

    1. Svyatogorsk Holy Dormition Lavra – (Donetsk region)
    2. Church of St. Nicholas of Myrlikiysky Wonderworker – (Donetsk region)
    3. Chapel of the Holy Martyr Tatiana – (Donetsk region)
    4. Church of Christ the Savior (Tserkva Khrysta Spasytelya) – (Donetsk region)
    5. The Drama Theater in Mariupol –  (Donetsk region)
    6. Our Lady of Kazan Orthodox Cathedral in Marinka–  (Donetsk region)
    7. Monument to Metropolitan Ignatium of Mariupol in Mariupol – (Donetsk region)
    8. St. Archangel Michael Church in Mariupol – (Donetsk region)
    9. Church of the Icon of the Mother of God "Joy of All Mourners" – (Donetsk region)
    10. The Holy Transfiguration Church – (Donetsk region)
    11. St. Nicholas the Wonderworker – (Donetsk region)
    12. Church of the Nativity of the blessed Virgin Mary in Mariupol – (Donetsk region)
    13. St. Dmytrivska Church (built in 1850-61) – (Donetsk region)
    14. Mariupol Museum of Local Lore – (Donetsk region)
    15. Residential building of the XIXth century in Mariupol – (Donetsk region)
    16. Memorial monument to Afghan soldiers – (Donetsk region)
    17. Residential buildings in Mariupol (1930-41) – (Donetsk region)
    18. Monument to V.G. Korolenko in Mariupol (installed in 1966) – (Donetsk region)
    19. City palace of Culture in Mariupol (built in 1952) – (Donetsk region)
    20. St. Volodymyr's Church in Mariupol (built in 1999-2000) – (Donetsk region)
    21. Church Vifaniya in Mariupol (building of the early XXI century) – (Donetsk region)
    22. Yuryev's House in Mariupol (building of the late nineteenth century) – (Donetsk region) 

    23. Lu[h]ansk Region

      1. St. Catherine's Church (Katerynynsʹka Tserkva) – (Luhansk region)
      2. Church in honor of the Icon of the Mother of God "Joy of All Who Sorrow" in Sverodonets – (Luhansk region)
      3. Islamic Cultural Centre "Bismillah" in Severodonetsk– (Luhansk region)
      4. Church of the Nativity in Severodonetsk– (Luhansk region)
      5. St. Tykhvin Church – (Luhansk region)
      6. St. Nicholas Chuch – (Luhansk region)
      7. Church of St. Luke of Crimea (building of the early XXI century) – (Luhansk region)

      Sumy Region

      1. Okhtyrka City Museum of Local Lore – (Sumy region)
      2. Architectural monument of the former People's House (1911-1914) – (Sumy region)
      3. Historical monument of architecture of national importance - the house of the estate manager L.E. Koenig (1911) – (Sumy region)
      4. Monument in honor of the 183rd Tank Brigade (WW2) – (Sumy region)
      5. Okhtyrka City Council (building of the 20th century) – (Sumy region)
      6. Locomotive depot "Smorodyne" (building 1877) – (Sumy region)
      7. The main house museum of the estate L.E. Koenig (building from the late XVIII century – 1870; part of Trostyanetsky Museum and Exhibition Center) – (Sumy region)

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