Theft of Crimea’s Cultural Heritage during Russian Occupation

The Russian occupation of Crimea affected all areas of life on the peninsula. The situation with violation of human rights became critical, Russian pressure forced thousands of people to live their homes, private and state property on the peninsula was illegally assigned to Russia. Even the seemingly peaceful area of art and culture was also significantly…

via Crimea’s occupied cultural heritage — Euromaidan Press

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