The project “House of Reconstruction of Ukraine” was developed by the Warsaw City Council
The House of Reconstruction of Ukraine project was created by the Warsaw City Council to help preserve cultural monuments and rebuild Ukrainian cities destroyed in the full-scale Russian invasion. The project will exchange information between Polish and Ukrainian cities, collect materials for monument protection, establish a fund for Ukraine’s reconstruction in collaboration with UNESCO World Heritage Cities, and collaborate with experts from various fields on a plan to restore Ukrainian heritage.
The restorers’ office in Warsaw has already begun working with Ukraine. Polish experts are currently assisting Ukraine in preparing documents for the inclusion of the historic centers of Odesa and Chernihiv, as well as two locations in Kharkiv, including Freedom Square and the State Industry skyscraper, in the UNESCO World Heritage List.