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The MCIP continues to record russian war crimes against cultural heritage. To date, 331 cases have been recorded

The MCIP continues to record russian war crimes against cultural heritage. To date, 331 cases have been recorded.  “There is .....

Survey: Ideological markers of the war

As a part of the Tenth national survey during the war, the Sociological Group “Rating” has conducted comprehensive research of .....

MCIP: Ukraine considers continuation of Russia’s presence in UNESCO as inadmissible

Ukraine considers it unacceptable to continue Russia’s presence in UNESCO. We expect that the Ukrainian side will shortly receive an .....

The old red warehouses of the Odessa port offered up for auction in March 2022

The historical red warehouses of the Odessa port, built at the end of the 19th century, which are under State .....

Odessans do not forget their French mayors, who built a modern and beautiful city on the Black Sea

A memorial plaque to Alexandre-Louis Andrault de Langeron (1763-1831), who was the Governor-General of Novorossiya and the second French mayor .....

Honorary Citizen of Odessa: Tchikhatchev

The title “Honorary Citizen of Odessa” is the highest sign of gratitude to the citizens of Odessa. It began to .....

What do we know about Odessa Champagne Factory?

According to the most common legend that sounds in our city, Heinrich Roederer himself, whose name the production then bore, .....

Never Again: Holocaust in Odessa, a chronicle of the catastrophe

January 27 is recognised as International Holocaust Remembrance Day. This date was not adopted by chance: it was on this .....

The history of Odessa, since its foundation and during its first century of growth, shows how rich was the contribution of many foreign communities, like: Italians, French, Greeks, Jewish, German, British, Polish and Turkish. Odessa has a cosmopolitan DNA, which is not only tradition but also energy for its development. This memory of the past makes Odessa a more opened place to foreigners than other cities.

TOJ tells international readers the historical events happened in Odessa, which shows a city familiar to cultural innovation and business creation. It was the most modern and liberal city of Russian Empire. TOJ publishes historical amenities, which paint Odessa as an intriguing city to be visited.