The occupiers continue to destroy Kharkiv. On August 27, the Russian military sent missiles to the central part of the city, where there are no military installations. Citizens say there were 10 to 15 explosions in 10 minutes.
As it turned out, the Russian Federation destroyed the architectural property of the city — the cultural house of Adam Piotrovsky. The construction was built in the Baroque style. The merchant's house has been preserved since 1900 and even survived the war. In the city's history, it is noted that many buildings on the street where the architectural monument is located were destroyed in 1943. However, the house of Adam Piotrovsky was destroyed in 2022 by the neighbouring country.
"Effects of night missile strikes. The historic building, the house of merchant Adam Piotrovsky, which we restored a few years ago," said Kharkiv mayor Ihor Terekhov.
Russian military forces also attacked one of the Kharkiv schools in the city's centre with missiles.
The state emergency response service reported no casualties due to night rocket attacks.