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5 Historical Gardens Of St. Petersburg: Part 5 - Yusupovsky Garden
If you're heading to Yusupov Gardens from Sennaya Square, prepare yourself for inevitable ominous atmosphere of Dostoevsky novels: the most "grass-roots" of the central quarters, no matter what was done with it, in fact never changes.
5 Historical Gardens Of St. Petersburg: Part 4 - Rumyantsevsky Garden
A small garden on the Universitetskaya Embankment can be considered a typical example of St. Petersburg "garden", survived among stone thickets. On the other part, it is spacious enough (if compared with Yekaterina's model "Katkin Sadik" garden and the like), original, time-tested, and located in a place that cannot be passed by.
5 Historical Gardens Of St. Petersburg: Part 3 - Alexander Garden
A garden in front of the Admiralty, right in the heart of the city, looks little resembling to a natural oasis. Alexander Garden is a wide boulevard with very old trees, benches and a fountain in the middle.
5 Historical Gardens Of St. Petersburg: Part 2 - Tavrichesky Garden
If one chooses the next most famous garden after the Summer, it still would not be Mikhailovsky, but younger and more remote Tavrichesky.
5 Historical Gardens Of St. Petersburg: Part 1 - Mikhailovsky Garden
Usually when someone hears gardens of St. Petersburg, the first thing he or she remembers is Summer Garden and suburban parks. However, let's try to take a walk over other, no less significant historical gardens of St. Petersburg, the oasis of aristocratic beauty in the bustling center of northern capital. Mikhailovsky Garden is the nearest neighbor and relative of the Summer Garden.

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