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Moscow Parks: Dusseldorf Park
June 24, 2019 22:42


Address: Dusseldorf Park - Moscow, Perervinsky Boulevard, 13

Metro station: Bratislavskaya

Dusseldorf Park was created  in Maryino, one of the   fastest growing areas of Moscow, near the Bratislavskaya metro station. This recreation area is quite new, until 2009 here was just a simple park of the tenth neighborhood.

Then it was decided to name it in honor of the sister city of Düsseldorf, Germany, from where builders and professional designers were invited to change this area.

They erected architectural buildings, created beautiful flower beds and arranged everything in German style.

The modern European image of the Dusseldorf park in Maryino pleases Muscovites at any time of the year. Recreation area includes a specially poured hill with a pond, also of an artificial origin. Among the high-rise   houses, the park stands out strongly; it has become the “pearl” of the neighborhood.

There is a super modern cycle track and a cozy playground here. In the central part, there is a sculpture of a boy, who makes a gymnastic element "wheel". The figure of the boy is completely covered with drawings from cartoons and  comics. This creative statue is the work of Jacques Tilly, a German artist.

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More recently, a wonderful skating rink has been opened in Dusseldorf Park, which is visited by children and adults. If you look at the park pond from height, it becomes clear that it resembles a tadpole or a spring sign on a topographic map. On the shore, there is a small zoo with goats, rabbits, turtles, pheasants and an owl. They are allowed to be fed; and the animals treat the audience with great sympathy. 

Dusseldorf Park in Maryino differs from other Moscow recreation areas with its “German paths” and the fact that it is illuminated even at night. Moreover, an unusual backlight is one more stroke to a unique image.

Another unexpected detail for Russia is that the park has signposts that repeat the design of street German tablets, and the inscriptions on them are bilingual, in Russian and German.

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During the day, you can enjoy walking in the park with children, and in the evening it is unusually romantic, as if it was created for the first dates; there are many flowers and trees around. Saplings of linden, poplar, pine, ash, larch and various ornamental shrubs were involved in landscaping. On the 15th anniversary of establishing friendly relations, the Mayor of Moscow and the Ober-Burgomaster of Dusseldorf jointly planted an oak tree as a symbol of a strong and long-standing friendship between Russia and Germany.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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