Garden at Patriarch’s courtyard — Fedorovsky Borough
Best Implemented Landscape Architecture Project
About the project
Fedorovsky Borough is the set of facilities in the town of Pushkin, at the Fermsky Park. In 2001, it was listed as a federal architectural memorial. Today, it is the Patriarch’s Courtyard. This is a vivid example of creating comfortable urban environment with due regard to the historical concept.
The pre-revolutionary layout of the Fermsky Park was restored, and the Kovsh pond was cleaned. Complex beautification with account to the opinions of the locals resulted in a unique venue, which became yet another landmark of the Pushkin District.
The place attracts people of all age groups and offers them interesting leisure and recreation. It is also great for the disabled.
Pushkin District, St. Petersburg, Russia
Project implementation year
Applicant and author of the project
Administrative office of the Pushkin District, St. Petersburg
Authors of the project
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