Several cultural sites and playgrounds destroyed in Russian missile attack on Kyiv

Several cultural sites were damaged following a Russian missile attack on the central part of Kyiv at the beginning of October 10.

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“The children’s playground and the Khanenko Museum in the center of the capital, this is where Russian terrorists targeted,” Deputy Head of the President’s Office Kyrylo Tymoshenko wrote on Telegram messenger.

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“They are killing our culture and our children!”

He posted photos showing broken windows in the Khanenko Museum building on Tereshchenkivska Street, as well as the destruction of the nearby Shevchenko Park playground.

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Wall Street Journal reporter Matthew Luxmoore posted footage of the destroyed playground on Twitter.

Ukrainian Culture and Information Policy Minister Oleksandr Tkachenko also reported damage to the Taras Shevchenko National Museum.

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Many Ukrainian cities have been targeted and hit by a wave of Russian missile attacks on October 10.

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Harold B. McConnell