Providing Supplies to Monitor Damage at St. Sophia of Kyiv Cathedral

St. Sophia of Kyiv Cathedral dates back to the eleventh century and is part of the St. Sophia of Kyiv National Sanctuary Complex. Due to the ongoing war in Ukraine, the cathedral and its surroundings are susceptible to severe damage.

WMF has partnered with Cultural Emergency Response (CER), with local support from the Heritage Rescue Emergency Initiative (HERI) and personnel from the National Conservation Area “St. Sophia of Kyiv”, to deliver equipment to monitor the St. Sophia of Kyiv National Sanctuary Complex.

Project Details

Location: Kyiv, Ukraine, Eastern Europe, Europe Organiser(s): World Monuments Fund Project partner(s): Cultural Emergency Response (CER) Heritage Rescue Emergency Initiative (HERI) Funder(s): World Monuments Fund Funding received: Undisclosed Commencement Date: 07/2022 Project Status: Active
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