A new exhibition from the “Travel at Home” cycle has opened in the very center of Moscow – in the Basmanny district, in the Gorka park. An exposition of 10 works brings together the best photographs of regional authors dedicated to the possibilities of winter recreation in our country

The photo exhibition

A photo exhibition “Travel at home. Winter” has opened in the center of the capital

Winter season – no reason to refuse to travel around Russia. You can go skiing in the winter fairytale forest or arrange a snowmobile ride in the Valdai district of the Novgorod region. The picturesque Valdai Upland attracts travelers at any time of the year. More than 200 lakes are located here, Valdaisky National Park; and the longest hiking eco-trail in the North-West of Russia.

No less beautiful in winter is Khvalynsky National Park. in the Saratov region. The strength and beauty of local landscapes fascinate, sink into the soul and do not let go.

Tula region offers to visit one of the most beautiful villages in Russia – Byohovo. The Church of the Holy Trinity in the village was built at the beginning of the 20th century with the active participation of the painter Vasily Polenov. Or you can go to Polenovo itself – natural museum-reserve of the great artist. It is located on the high bank of the Oka and looks incredible at any time of the year.

Oldenburg Complex – architectural pearl of the Voronezh region, in the village of Ramon. On the territory there is a museum dedicated to the large-scale activities of the Oldenburg family. Concerts, opera festivals, assemblies are held in the palace complex.

The official symbol of the city of Nevyansk in the Sverdlovsk region is the Leaning Tower of the Demidovs, one of the most famous monuments of the industrial architecture of the Urals in the 18th century. The uniqueness of the tower – in its inclination: at a height of 57.5 meters, the deviation from the vertical reaches 3.2 degrees.

The photo exhibition

Photo exhibition in Gorka Park free to visit – everyone will be able to see the beauty and sights of our vast Russia. The key idea of ​​the exhibition – show Russians the possibilities of recreation in their native country.

How to get there: Gorka Park; is located in the Basmanny district of Moscow between Bolshoi Spasoglinishevsky and Petroverigsky lanes. You can get to it on foot (7 minutes) from the Kitai-Gorod metro station. Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskaya and Kaluzhsko-Rizhskaya lines (exit No. 9 in the direction of Lubyansky and Solyansky passage, to Bolshoi Spasoglinishevsky lane and Zabelina street).

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