The occupiers took all the funds of the Kakhovka Historical Museum to the temporarily occupied Crimea.
The Russians continue to loot cultural, scientific and educational institutions on the TOT. This is part of the enemy’s policy aimed at the destruction of the Ukrainian nation, because it is museums that research and preserve national memory.
Earlier, the occupiers looted and took away 15,000 paintings from the Kherson Art Museum named after Oleksiy Shovkunenko. At the same time, then the occupiers took away not only cultural values, but, according to tradition, they stole sanitary ware, including toilets, and household appliances.
At the beginning of November, the occupiers robbed the OCU church in Enerhodar. These are icons of the late 18th and early 19th centuries.