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The Central Park of Culture and Recreation

Parks of Moscow > Central Park of Culture and Recreation

The Central Park of Culture and Recreation named after M. Gorky

In daily use it is simply called "The Gorky Park", and this name is famous not only in our country, but also worldwide, since its inception in 1928, Gorky Park went through different times. Beginning in the 90s of the last century, changing economic and political system necessitated changes for the park as well. Paid entry was introduced for the first time, and various summer cafes offering shashliks and similar fast-food appeared as if from nowhere, and the old rides, so beloved in the past, were abandoned. Nevertheless, the park continued to attracts tourists, but it lost its "magic touch". The goal of restoring Gorky Park in its status of the best, most vivid and memorable park of the country was far from simple, but presently, it is accomplished. In 2011, it underwent a large-scale reconstruction, which helped to maintain and develop the old traditions, while allowing it to become an international level recreation area. Perhaps the most important thing to know about the revived Gorky Park is that you may visit it round the clock, and for free.

A music fountain with color-changing water is located here as well. For children, there is an art station, animators and aqua-makeup artists, as well as the largest sandbox of the entire Moscow. If you like to read and relax while enjoying nature, it offers deck chairs and ottomans, and for those who just cannot live without the Internet, there is free Wi-Fi. Also, there is the «Olive Beach» for 500 people, free fitness classes, dance, yoga and Qigong. There is all this, and much, much more. Do not forget that the park hosts various spectacular, cultural, sports and recreational activities, concerts, theatrical performances, festivities and festivals. There is an open-air cinema and a considerable green area. Today, the territory of the Central Park of Culture and Recreation named after M. Gorky administratively includes not only the park area, but also Neskuchniy Garden and Vorobyevy Hills.

 
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