Moscow, Russia


Olga Steb

The territory facing the Gorky Park is split into two areas – a park adjacent to the Central House of Artists with a large open-air sculpture garden featuring monuments to Soviet leaders stacked here from over the country after the USSR collapse and the embankment. In summer it is bustling with street culture festivals and food markets while in winter all events move to the park.
The place is somewhat empty and quiet in winter, so it is ideal for those seeking a break. The activities are not extreme at all – two tubing slides and that's it – just bring or rent a snow saucer and ride for free. For X-mas the park got a fir-tree labyrinth for kids and adults. Designed by artist Alexey Rymin it reminds of the famous Stalin skyscrapers with a complicated maze inside. The park will also be hosting a X-mas fair with over 200 participants selling vinyl, vintage toys, clothes, pottery and even furniture.


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