We applied to register the former camp as a cultural heritage site
The GULAG History Museum and Memory Fund filed an application to the Government of Magadan Oblast to assign the cultural heritage site status to the territory of the former Dneprovsky Camp.
The assigning of the cultural heritage site status will enable planning of the preservation of the buildings and protection of the camp territory as well as doing scientific research.
Right now, the GULAG History Museum and Memory Fund are describing the remaining facilities in detail, filming them, detecting the borders of the former camp, and creating its map.
Later on, the former Dneprovsky Camp will be transformed into a cultural and historical complex open for visitors. It will become a part of the museum and memorial infrastructure that unites the museums dedicated to victims of the mass repression, thematic expositions of the museums of regional studies as well as memorial places and sites.
Moreover, this museum and memorial infrastructure will include the regional cultural heritage site called “Solitary Confinement Cell of the Administration of the North-East Corrective-Labor Camps of Dalstroy of the NKVD of the USSR”. Prior to this, it must be turned into a museum.