«Irpin. Invincible»: an exhibition about Irpin city in Brussels
On June 3, 2022, in time for the 100-day war in Ukraine, the exhibition Irpin opened in one of the European Parliament buildings in Brussels.
The main purpose of the exhibition is to tell the world community about the atrocities of the Russian army on the territory of Ukraine and to warn the European community about the consequences of the tolerant actions towards Russia.
In 6 locations of the exhibition – «Embankment», «Bedroom», «Kitchen», «Kindergarten», «House of Culture» «rashist» – 100 unique exhibits from the town of Irpin were presented, which demonstrate to the world the results of the russian invasion and symbolize the indestructibility of Ukrainians, who daily fight for the right to free future, in the war against the enemy
Among the exhibits are chairs from the assembly hall, a table and a piano from the destroyed House of Culture, remains of dishes, household items, fragments of missiles, and things of residents affected by the Russian military.
The exhibition has been opened by the Mayor of Irpin, Oleksandr Markushyn. A delegation, headed by the representative of Ukraine to the EU, Vsevolod Chentsov, joined the guests of honor