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Letova Tropa Ecopark will be Ready in New Moscow by the End of the Year
11.11.2020 09:46
Letova Tropa Ecopark will be Ready in New Moscow by the End of the Year
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Ecopark "Letova Tropa (trail)" with an area of 40 hectares will be opened in the Sosenskoye settlement of New Moscow by the end of 2020.

      In November 2020, the main work on the improvement of the eco-park will be completed. The department noted that investments in the improvement of the park will amount to about 250 million rubles. The park will have paths, places for recreation, a navigation system, information boards and trash bins. A wooden pedestrian bridge has also been built across the Sosenka River.

      In addition, a 5 km cross-country ski trail and walking paths will be arranged in the park. The department added that a dormitory for children and teachers of the Letovo boarding school for talented children is also being built on the territory. Since 2012, more than 40 parks and squares have been landscaped in New Moscow. Currently, there are parks with an area of about 100 hectares in the annexed territories.

       




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Moscow parks ecotourism    

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