Place Details

Place Details

bird yard

The well yard has been known since 2010. It was then that unusual sculptures settled here — a sparrow, a parrot, a stork, an eagle and a falcon cracking down on a snake. Birds are also painted on the walls and doors. The enclosed space sparkled with new colors after the appearance of birds.

The authors of the project are Roman Zaitsev, a resident of the house, and his sculptor friends. They even wrote the Hymn to the St. Petersburg Court, which you can read here.

You can get to the courtyard with the locals from Malaya Morskaya Street.

The well yard has been known since 2010. It was then that unusual sculptures settled here — a sparrow, a parrot, a stork, an eagle and a falcon cracking down on a snake. Birds are also painted on the walls and doors. The enclosed space sparkled with new colors after the appearance of birds.

The authors of the project are Roman Zaitsev, a resident of the house, and his sculptor friends. They even wrote the Hymn to the St. Petersburg Court, which you can read here.

You can get to the courtyard with the locals from Malaya Morskaya Street.

The well yard has been known since 2010. It was then that unusual sculptures settled here — a sparrow, a parrot, a stork, an eagle and a falcon cracking down on a snake. Birds are also painted on the walls and doors. The enclosed space sparkled with new colors after the appearance of birds.

The authors of the project are Roman Zaitsev, a resident of the house, and his sculptor friends. They even wrote the Hymn to the St. Petersburg Court, which you can read here.

You can get to the courtyard with the locals from Malaya Morskaya Street.

Address

prosp. Nevsky 11

Source

https://kudago.com/spb/place/ptichij-dvorik/

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