NGA Tearline: Impacts to Cultural Heritage in Ukraine

In partnership with Cultural Heritage Monitoring Lab (CHML)

This report builds on the previous content by adding 102 more confirmed impacts for a total of 309. Moreover, this report notes the continued trend that cultural heritage sites commonly found in urban areas (e.g., places of worship, art centers, museums, libraries, and memorials) continue to sustain the most observed damage. This trend will likely persist as civilian infrastructure continues to be targeted.

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What is NGA Tearline?

NGA is partnering with expert private groups to grow public-facing, authoritative open source intelligence on various strategic and humanitarian intelligence topics that tend to be under-reported within long-form format.

This authoritative open source content will be cited for internal purposes and it will grow public trust by increasing transparency around shared public-private interest in various strategic and humanitarian intelligence topics that are fit for public consumption.

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