At Poltava University the exhibition “War Up Close” has opened

On February 28th as part of the project “War Up Close” an exhibition titled “Unbreakable Ukraine” was opened at Poltava State Medical University.

The presentation featured lectures from professors and students of PSMU, the director of the Poltava Regional Museum named after Vasyl Krychevsky, historian Alexander Suprunenko, and the head of the mobile and stationary exhibition sector of the museum’s research exhibition department, Roman Prokhvatilo.

The exhibition will be open for visits until March 18th on the first floor in the foyer of the central building of PSMU with the guidance of museum staff. The exhibition showcases military artifacts, panoramic photos, cardboard displays, and VR goggles with panoramic videos showing destroyed Russian buildings in Kharkiv, Chernihiv, Kyiv, and Sumy regions.