ruscists opened exhibition of stolen items from Zaporizhzhia’s ‘Kamyana Mohyla’ archaeological site in occupied Crimea

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The ruscists opened an exhibition of items stolen from the ‘Kamyana Mohyla’ [Stone Tomb] archaeological site of the Zaporizhzhia region in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol, the Union of Archaeologists of Ukraine reported.

The exhibition is open until October 8 on the territory of the museum ‘Tauric Chersonesos’.

The ‘Kamyana Mohyla’ is a landmark of ancient culture in Ukraine near Melitopol in the Zaporizhzhia region, a state historical and archaeological museum-reserve.

The museum complex is located on the territory of the reserve, which presents unique exhibits showing the lifestyle and culture of primitive people. Few traces of ancient human settlements have been discovered in the vicinity, leading many scholars to believe that the hill might have served as a remote sanctuary.

During the full-scale war, the russian troops destroyed or damaged 1.5 thousand objects of cultural infrastructure and 600 monuments of culture and history, as reported.

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