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The Disappeared Parks of St. Petersburg
Self-isolation is still valid, but we will reach real gardens and squares laden with greenery soon. And for now, we invite you to walk through three disappeared city parks: Pavlovsky Station, Aquarium and Luna Park.
--24-05-2020--
Online walks in the St. Petersburg Botanical Garden
Even during the self-isolation caused by coronavirus, do not forget that spring is in full swing. The Botanical Garden invites you to enjoy the natural beauties live.
--14-05-2020--
St. Petersburg Parks: a Skating Rink in New Holland
The man-made New Holland Island located in the very centre of St. Petersburg has long been a closed territory, where the ruined historical buildings destroyed by fire lived out their remaining days. However, a few years ago, this place began to be improved, and on August 27, 2016, the renewed New Holland cultural and entertainment centre opened its doors to visitors.
--09-01-2020--
St. Petersburg Parks: Polyustrovsky Park
Polyustrovsky Park is a favorite place for cyclists and roller skaters. This environmentally-safe place is the water protection zone of the mineral water deposit. This young park is located in Krasnogvardeiskydistrict of the city.
--07-01-2020--
Parks for Winter Recreation in St. Petersburg
The famous resort of Leningrad Oblast - Okhta Park - is situated at a distance of 10 kilometers from the Northern capital. This is a cottage village where you can spend your holidays in an active way among the picturesque pine forest at the source of the Okhta River.
--31-12-2019--
St. Petersburg Parks: Babushkin Park of Culture and Leisure
Babushkin Park of Culture and Leisure (or Park of Fairy Tales) in St. Petersburg is adeciduous forest park of poplars and acacias, lindens and hazels, birches and lilacs, maples and rowan-trees. It covers an area of ​​14 hectares in Nevsky district.
--26-12-2019--
St. Petersburg Parks: Mikhailovsky Garden
Mikhailovsky Garden is one more park in the Central city district of St. Petersburg that is conveniently located between two popular attractions - the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood and one of the buildings of the Russian Museum. The gorgeous Art Nouveau style fence at the entrance from the Griboedov Canal attracts the tourists strolling there to the green kingdom of the Mikhailovsky Garden.
--27-11-2019--
St. Petersburg Parks: Tauride Garden (Russian: Tavrichesky Sad)
Another park in the Central city district was founded near the Tauride Palace at the end of the 18th century by the English gardener William Gould. A small cozy park area with a pond, gazebos, benches and childrens playgrounds serves as a convenient place for recreation of the city residents.
--27-11-2019--
St. Petersburg Parks: Yusupov Garden (Russian: Yusupovsky Park)
One more city park - small and cozy Yusupov Garden is situated in the very centre of St. Petersburg. This green area surrounds the famous Yusupov Palace and is fenced off by a high and elegant wrought fence with a majestic gate welcoming visitors during the park's opening hours.
--22-11-2019--
St. Petersburg Parks: Alexander Park (Russian: Aleksandrovsky Park)
Alexander Park is a place for a relaxing break from the hustle and bustle of the city. It is located in the district that is rich in sights and places of interest, so tourists can walk in the vicinity of the park, visiting the Peter and Paul Fortress, the Zoo, the Music Hall and Planetarium, the Monument to the Steregushchiy torpedo boat.
--21-11-2019--
St. Petersburg Parks: The Park of the 300th Anniversary of St. Petersburg
The Park of the 300th Anniversary of St. Petersburg is one of the largest parks located in the northwestern part of the city (on the coast of the Gulf of Finland).
--12-11-2019--
St. Petersburg Parks: Summer Garden
This is a breathtaking example of landscape gardening art created by Peter I with the large size and grandeur characterizing all his projects. Historically, this park is the very first in the city: its construction began in 1704 (a year after the city was founded).
--10-11-2019--
St. Petersburg Parks: Victory Park
Victory Park was founded in 1945 and is a historical monument: its territory contains a memorial complex dedicated to the victims of the war, as well as a chapel. The numerous ponds of the park are distinguished by their fancy shapes and also tell about the hard times for the country - all the pits of the ponds were formerly funnels from exploding shells.
--08-11-2019--
St. Petersburg Parks: the Field of Mars
Unlike its Parisian namesake located at the foot of the Eiffel Tower, the size of the Field of Mars in St. Petersburg is much more modest, but its territory landscaping is not inferior to its French counterpart. The Field of Mars park complex is a cozy green area, perfect for a relaxing break, jogging and active games in the open.
--27-10-2019--
St. Petersburg Parks: Central Park of Culture and Leisure on the Yelagin Island
It is one of the largest parks in St. Petersburg, combining everything that you could wish for a joyful family vacation.
--26-10-2019--


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"Peterhof" - the Most Visited Russian Museum in
The Peterhof State Museum-Reserve was visited by 6.2 million people in 2019.
--11-12-2019--
Opera for Free in St. Petersburg Parks
Open-air opera concerts will take place in St. Petersburg in the framework of the Opera to All festival.
--04-07-2014--





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