On October 18th 2019 in Izmail, Ukraine second “Site visit – D.T.2.3.1” took place. The event was organized within the framework of the project “GreeTHiS – Green Tourism and Historical Heritage – a Stepping Stone for the Development of the Black Sea Basin”, funded by the Joint Operational Programme “Black Sea Basin 2014-2020”, stakeholders (representatives of NGOs, state and municipal institutions, SMEs, associations) have visited the Izmail Museum of O.V. Suvorov as one of the objects of cultural heritage.
The event was organized by a partner of the project – the Executive Committee of the Izmail City Council.
The Museum of O.V. Suvorov in Izmail is the second museum in the world by the value and composition of the collection of exhibits after the St. Petersburg Museum of O.V. Suvorov, and its building is a monument of the history and architecture of the XIX century. The museum collection includes more than 30 thousand exhibits, these are collections of uniforms and equipment of the Russian and Western European armies of the XVII-XX centuries, painting and graphics on the subject of Russian-Turkish wars of the XVIII-XIX centuries, objects of archeology and construction, numismatics.
Within the framework of this event, stakeholders had the opportunity to learn about the specific historical times and historical figures of the region, as well as to view the unique manor of the XIX century.