Arts Park

Interesting
The "fallen heroes" - statues of representatives of the Soviet government knocked off their pedestals in various places - ended up here in the Arts Park, created a year after the dissolution of the USSR (1991). So don't be surprised to see several Lenins, Brezhnevs and Stalins. Since then other less controversial figures have joined them, such as Lomonosov and Pushkin. Note the touching monument to Gulag Victims.

Useful information

Address : 

Oul. Krymski Val 2

Opening hours

8am-11pm - free admittance

Nearby tourist attractions

Tretyakov Gallery in Krymsky Val
Tretyakov Gallery in Krymsky Val
20C Russian art is on display at the
3:00
Church of St. John the Warrior
Church of St. John the Warrior
The Church of St John the Warrior was
0:15
Igumnov House
Igumnov House
If you want to know what is meant by the
0:15
Church of St. Gregory of Neocaesarea
Church of St. Gregory of Neocaesarea
It was in the Church of St. Gregory of
0:15
State Tretyakov Gallery
State Tretyakov Gallery
This gallery, which grew out of the
3:00
Church of the Resurrection of the Coopers
Church of the Resurrection of the Coopers
With its five-domed tower, the Church of
0:30
See all

Other ideas « Nature »

Alexander Gardens
Alexander Gardens
This park, founded in 1820 at the foot
1:00
Patriarch's Ponds
Patriarch's Ponds
This large shaded pond is a totally
0:30
See all