Eccentric Kharkivites Sergii Petrov and Gamlet Zinkovsky are exposing their artworks in Lima, Peru, from February 10 to March 3.
Masnytsa or Butter Week street fair opened on Maidan Svobody yesterday to last till February 18.
The film “To Save or not to Save” on protection of cultural heritage was presented to Kharkivites in Nakipelo center.
Poetry of Ukrainian writers of Executed Renaissance got their extraordinary representation in Kharkiv Yermilov Centre yesterday.
29-year-old Dinara Kasko from Kharkiv gained wide popularity with her delicious geometric cakes and tarts.
“Classic Feerie” organizers gave an artificial respirator to Kharkiv children’s hospital, the money for which was raised at the concert.
The exhibition gives visitors an opportunity to see and feel the spirit of Kharkiv of those days through photos, taken by Fedetsky.
On January 27, the film “Myth” about the Ukrainian world-famous opera singer Vasyl Slipak, who was killed in ATO zone, was screened in Kharkiv.
The exhibition dedicated to Holocaust Remembrance Day opened in the Kharkiv museum.
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine included Kharkiv most prominent landmark in the State Register of Immovable Monuments of Ukraine.
A mural from Kharkiv was included in the Collection of Best Street Art 2017 by I Support Street Art movement.
The spring in Sarzhin Yar is renovated and its roof is illuminated from both sides.
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