Monuments of Mosul in Danger Exhibition to be held in Taipei
The Oriental Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences in Prague and the Notional Central Library in Taipei are organizing an exhibition on the destroyed architectural heritage of Mosul. The exhibition will be held in Taipei from November 22, 2017 to January 21, 2018. More information can be found here.
A new booklet about the Monuments of Mosul in Danger project has been recently published
Download a new booklet about the Monuments of Mosul in Danger project. The booklet was published on the occasion of the Taipei exhibition on the destroyed architectural heritage of Mosul. The booklet can be downloaded here.
New Youtube channel of the project
Follow our new Youtube channel where you can find 3D virtual reconstructions of destroyed historical monuments of Mosul.
Updated interactive map and satellite images of destroyed monuments of Mosul
The map documents the situation as of September, 16, 2016. The number of historical monuments destroyed by ISIS has increased to 42 by this date. We have failed to identify only one destroyed structure (labeled as unknown structure). We would be grateful for any additional information that would help us to identify it.
Do not hesitate to contact us should we have made any mistakes in our identifications. Also, any supportive documentation related to the endangered Mosul architecture would be appreciated.
The destruction of Mosul monuments during the liberation operation is currently subject to documentation. Follow our webpages for updates.
Homepage photo: a view of Mosul by T. J. Bradley
©Edward Jones, with special thanks.
Satellite images: WorldView-2 and WorldView-3© 2015 DigitalGlobe, Inc., distributed by European Space Imaging GmbH/ARCDATA PRAHA, s.r.o.