Détails de l'endroit

Détails de l'endroit

Patriarshiye ponds

Writers and poets have glorified this place more than once, artists have drawn, and musicians dedicated songs to it. But not everyone knows why the place is called Patriarch's Ponds, when there is only one pond here. Before Patriarch Germogen chose this place as his residence, the Goat Swamp was located here. And since he was a big fan of fish dishes, three ponds were dug here to breed fish and supply fresh fish to the table.

After the patriarchate was abolished, there was no one to monitor the ponds, and they turned into swamps. As a result, after the fire of 1812, two fell asleep, and one was left, setting up a small park around. The name — Patriarchal — existed until the revolution. Under Soviet rule and until 1992, the place was called Pionersky Ponds.

The authorities are closely monitoring the ancient place — there are many benches and trees that are decades old. In the evening, the illumination lights up and the park is illuminated by a pleasant soft light.

Since the place is historical and shrouded in legends, you can hear not only Russian speech here, but also the languages of the countries of the world — foreigners here are about the same as the Kremlin.

In addition to restaurants and literary heritage like the “Don't Talk to Strangers” sign, it takes care of guests' leisure time. Freemarkets are constantly held, and significant events such as the Olympic Games or large-scale concerts are broadcast on the big screen. The pond itself is regularly cleaned, ducks and swans swim on the water surface.

Patriarch's Ponds are famous for their ice rink. By the way, Leo Nikolayevich Tolstoy brought his children here, and they say he was not averse to riding himself. There is also an interesting monument to Krylov — a writer surrounded by his characters from fables. Lavrenty Pavlovich Beria's house is located nearby. There is a legend that it was in this house that he was shot.

Concerts, flash mobs and promotions are often held here. Most often, events are informal, which, in general, adds a special charm to them. There is also a bicycle rental for those who prefer outdoor activities to idle sitting on a bench.

Writers and poets have glorified this place more than once, artists have drawn, and musicians dedicated songs to it. But not everyone knows why the place is called Patriarch's Ponds, when there is only one pond here. Before Patriarch Germogen chose this place as his residence, the Goat Swamp was located here. And since he was a big fan of fish dishes, three ponds were dug here to breed fish and supply fresh fish to the table.

After the patriarchate was abolished, there was no one to monitor the ponds, and they turned into swamps. As a result, after the fire of 1812, two fell asleep, and one was left, setting up a small park around. The name — Patriarchal — existed until the revolution. Under Soviet rule and until 1992, the place was called Pionersky Ponds.

The authorities are closely monitoring the ancient place — there are many benches and trees that are decades old. In the evening, the illumination lights up and the park is illuminated by a pleasant soft light.

Since the place is historical and shrouded in legends, you can hear not only Russian speech here, but also the languages of the countries of the world — foreigners here are about the same as the Kremlin.

In addition to restaurants and literary heritage like the “Don't Talk to Strangers” sign, it takes care of guests' leisure time. Freemarkets are constantly held, and significant events such as the Olympic Games or large-scale concerts are broadcast on the big screen. The pond itself is regularly cleaned, ducks and swans swim on the water surface.

Patriarch's Ponds are famous for their ice rink. By the way, Leo Nikolayevich Tolstoy brought his children here, and they say he was not averse to riding himself. There is also an interesting monument to Krylov — a writer surrounded by his characters from fables. Lavrenty Pavlovich Beria's house is located nearby. There is a legend that it was in this house that he was shot.

Concerts, flash mobs and promotions are often held here. Most often, events are informal, which, in general, adds a special charm to them. There is also a bicycle rental for those who prefer outdoor activities to idle sitting on a bench.

Writers and poets have glorified this place more than once, artists have drawn, and musicians dedicated songs to it. But not everyone knows why the place is called Patriarch's Ponds, when there is only one pond here. Before Patriarch Germogen chose this place as his residence, the Goat Swamp was located here. And since he was a big fan of fish dishes, three ponds were dug here to breed fish and supply fresh fish to the table.

After the patriarchate was abolished, there was no one to monitor the ponds, and they turned into swamps. As a result, after the fire of 1812, two fell asleep, and one was left, setting up a small park around. The name — Patriarchal — existed until the revolution. Under Soviet rule and until 1992, the place was called Pionersky Ponds.

The authorities are closely monitoring the ancient place — there are many benches and trees that are decades old. In the evening, the illumination lights up and the park is illuminated by a pleasant soft light.

Since the place is historical and shrouded in legends, you can hear not only Russian speech here, but also the languages of the countries of the world — foreigners here are about the same as the Kremlin.

In addition to restaurants and literary heritage like the “Don't Talk to Strangers” sign, it takes care of guests' leisure time. Freemarkets are constantly held, and significant events such as the Olympic Games or large-scale concerts are broadcast on the big screen. The pond itself is regularly cleaned, ducks and swans swim on the water surface.

Patriarch's Ponds are famous for their ice rink. By the way, Leo Nikolayevich Tolstoy brought his children here, and they say he was not averse to riding himself. There is also an interesting monument to Krylov — a writer surrounded by his characters from fables. Lavrenty Pavlovich Beria's house is located nearby. There is a legend that it was in this house that he was shot.

Concerts, flash mobs and promotions are often held here. Most often, events are informal, which, in general, adds a special charm to them. There is also a bicycle rental for those who prefer outdoor activities to idle sitting on a bench.

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st. Malaya Bronnaya

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