Israel ecological tourism

Israel ecological tourism

Dyukovsky Garden in Odessa

A person wants and tends to believe in some kind of legends and stories. For example, the fact that the house of Duke Richelieu has survived to this day. In fact, it has not existed for a long time. Moreover, only 30% of the territory occupied by Dyukovsky Garden today belonged to the Duke of Richelieu.

Dyukovsky Garden is one of the oldest parks in Odessa. It was defeated in 1810 by order of Duke de Richelieu to frame his summer residence. However, few people know that initially, in 1795-1796, this territory was assigned to the military engineer Franz de Vollan, who never found use for it. In 1814, 4 years after the founding of the garden, Richelieu was forced to leave Odessa forever. Already in France, Duke donated his garden to his adjutant Ivan Stempkovsky, who in 1826 gave it to the city.

Further, the garden and the buildings that existed in it are used by subsequent mayors for their dacha. So in the 1830s it was used by the mayor of Odessa Aleksey Iraklievich Levshin, who was in this position from 1831 to 1837. In the third part of the century before last, everything gradually begins to decline, the garden begins to be used irrationally.

The revival of the garden took place in the 1950s in connection with exhibitions of the achievements of the national economy. A large number of pavilions were built especially for this exhibition. Architects of all buildings: G. opuz, V. Usarov, T. Arnopolsky and M. the lifter. Actually, we can observe the remains of these pavilions in the park today. One of them, the Vegetable Growing Pavilion, is mistaken by many for the surviving dacha of Duke Richelieu. In fact, in addition to being built in the 1950s, it even sits outside the Duke site.

Self-guided tour of the Holy Places of Jerusalem »Eco-tourism on a green planet

Many tourist routes from our country lead to Jerusalem today - this way of travel is quite reliable and convenient. However, there are people who do not like to go in groups and listen to the boring chatter of the guides,

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All Israel Trail or Shvil Israel: history (h /) »Ecological tourism on a green planet

The All-Israel Trail runs across the country. It was opened for tourists in 1995. Initially, it began in the north of Israel in Kibbutz Dan, and it ended in the south in the city of Eilat, and the length of the route was 940 km.

All Israel Trail or Shvil Israel - km of the most important historical and holy places of Israel: tips for tourists (h /) »Ecological tourism on a green planet

Israel ecological tourism

Dyukovsky Garden in Odessa

A person wants and tends to believe in some kind of legends and stories. For example, the fact that the house of Duke Richelieu has survived to this day. In fact, it has not existed for a long time. Moreover, only 30% of the territory occupied by Dyukovsky Garden today belonged to the Duke of Richelieu.

Dyukovsky Garden is one of the oldest parks in Odessa. It was defeated in 1810 by order of Duke de Richelieu to frame his summer residence. However, few people know that initially, in 1795-1796, this territory was assigned to the military engineer Franz de Vollan, who never found use for it. In 1814, 4 years after the founding of the garden, Richelieu was forced to leave Odessa forever. Already in France, Duke donated his garden to his adjutant Ivan Stempkovsky, who in 1826 gave it to the city.

Further, the garden and the buildings that existed in it are used by subsequent mayors for their dacha. So in the 1830s it was used by the mayor of Odessa Aleksey Iraklievich Levshin, who was in this position from 1831 to 1837. In the third part of the century before last, everything gradually begins to decline, the garden begins to be used irrationally.

The revival of the garden took place in the 1950s in connection with exhibitions of the achievements of the national economy. A large number of pavilions were built especially for this exhibition. Architects of all buildings: G. opuz, V. Usarov, T. Arnopolsky and M. the lifter. Actually, we can observe the remains of these pavilions in the park today. One of them, the Vegetable Growing Pavilion, is mistaken by many for the surviving dacha of Duke Richelieu. In fact, in addition to being built in the 1950s, it even sits outside the Duke site.

Self-guided tour of the Holy Places of Jerusalem »Eco-tourism on a green planet

Many tourist routes from our country lead to Jerusalem today - this way of travel is quite reliable and convenient. However, there are people who do not like to go in groups and listen to the boring chatter of the guides

Israel

6 minutes in Israel

All Israel Trail or Shvil Israel: History (h /) »Ecological Tourism on a Green Planet

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