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пятница, 14 декабря 2018 г.

Moscow, Russia, four seasons. The Nature of Moscow with its reserved historical parks, Botanical gardens, Foliage Shady Boulevards and splendid flowery beds of the city public gardens.







Moscow Main Botanical Gardens, Park “Ostankino”, “VDNKh” terr
If you reach the far end of VDNKh, you have the choice of either pressing on towards the extensive grounds of Moscow Main Botanical Gardens, or turning left towards the quaint Ostankino Park, surrounding a namesake palace. A huge, 330-hectare swath of parkland, the Botanical Gardens has not yet been touched by the renovations that have transformed other parks in Moscow.

Alexander Garden.

The first public park in Moscow, Alexander Garden sits along the Kremlin’s western wall. Colourful flower beds and impressive Kremlin views make it a favourite strolling spot for Muscovites and tourists alike.
Park Zaryadye.
Moscow's first new park in 50 years, Zaryadye was inaugurated in 2017 and occupies a prominent site along the Moscow River, wedged into historic Kitay Gorod. The idea behind it was to replicate the vastness and diversity of Russian nature, from Kamchatka to Karelia.
  The park "Zaryadye" 13ha site includes four different areas representing Russia's geographic zones – tundra, steppe, forest and wetlands – flowing seamlessly into each other.

"Vorobyovy Gory” Nature Preserve, Neskuchny garden, Gorky Park.

Gorky Park - Moscow's main city escape isn't your conventional expanse of nature preserved inside an urban jungle. Vorobyovy Gory, or Sparrow Hills, is the green hilly area south of the Moscow River, opposite the tip of the Khamovniki peninsula.

"Kolomenskoye” Museum-Reserve Park.
4 sq km of picturesque parkland, on a bluff above a bend in the Moscow River, Kolomenskoye is an ancient royal country Royal country Yard with the great Park and a Unesco World Heritage Site. Shortly after its founding in the 14th century, the village became a favourite destination for the princes of Moscow. 
Among the old wooden buildings on the grounds is Peter the Great’s cabin, where he lived while supervising ship- and fort-building at Arkhangelsk. The cabin is surrounded by a re-creation of the tsar’s orchards and gardens.

«Tsaritsyno» Museum reserve Park.

The extensive grounds include some other lovely buildings, such as the Small Palace, the working Church of Our Lady Lifegiving Spring, the cavalier buildings, greenhouses with tropical plants and some interesting bridges. A pond is bedecked with a fantastic fountain set to music. The English-style wooded park stretches all the way south to the Upper Tsaritsynsky Pond, which has rowing boats available for hire in summer, and west to the Tsaritsyno Palace complex.

Moscow with Lonely Planet

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