The Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in cooperation with the Estonian Institute of Historical Memory kindly invite everyone to the opening of exhibition “Ukraine – Crucifixion. 365…” on 26 February at 14:00 at Harju 13, Tallinn.

The War Museum in Kyiv has dedicated itself to documenting the consequences of the russo-Ukrainian war. In April 2022, the Museum team led expeditions to the Kyiv and Chernihiv regions, devastated and ravaged by the invaders. Thanks to their work, an archive was formed, comprising over 2,000 original pictures and a collection of other artefacts. Together in the exhibition space, they depict the realities of the russo-Ukrainian war.

The exhibition will be opened by Foreign Minister Urmas Reinsalu. Those interested in attending the opening are asked to register by 25 February at the latest. The exhibition will remain open until March 25 and is open from Wednesday to Sunday 12:00-19:00.

Some visitors may find the content of the exhibition disturbing. The exhibition is not suitable for children under 12 years of age.

Furthermore, visitors are also welcome to attend the opening of an art project „ArtArmor“ on 26 February at 13:00 at the Estonian History Museum’s Great Guild Hall (Pikk 17, Tallinn).