The Park named after the 300th anniversary of St. Petersburg is the youngest. Differs in a kind of cosmopolitanism in appearance, continuing to assert the glory of the city as a "piece of Europe". But now the bar is too high. Peter left the "European" raid to Kaliningrad, having already risen to the planetary level. See for yourself - lime trees from Germany, apples from Finland, statues from Korea, an art object specifically from Helsinki, one of the monuments hints at the liberation of the Spanish colonies. And "Piterland" in general built the whole world ...
Where does the history of the park's name come from? “In the name of the 300th anniversary of St. Petersburg” is not an easy name. It confirms the status of the memorable date for the founding of the Northern Capital, and at the same time immediately informs about 2003 - the time of the most noisy of all park festive events. They surpassed the opening of the designated institution in glamor. After all, it was necessary to perpetuate 3 centuries of the existence of such an important center. The idea itself was approved at all levels - from popular to “deputy” and presidential.
We've sorted out the name of the emerald leisure center. And what exactly is the history of the Park named after the 300th anniversary of St. Petersburg? He was born not so long ago - in 1995. The name, of course, was given in advance (we celebrated the 300th anniversary of the metropolis only in 2003).
The first size of the PKiO is 89 hectares. Until the year "X" they had time to equip. Moreover, more than one of our states was engaged in this (read below). In the future, commercial real estate objects took away several hectares from the arboretum, and now we see what we see. However, this made the area even more fashionable (see below in the text). It was in the 20th century and in the millennium that the foundations were being built. Entrances, parking lot, storm and general drainage systems, main sidewalks and electrician. A basic breakdown of the landscape space was made. The first vegetation was being planted. "Petrovskaya" is no longer left - the city suffered a lot.
Instead of the Water Tourism Center, the city government decided to approve the project of the co-founders - then prominent developers Alexander Kozhin and Artur Nikitin. They (and several of their partners) raised funds to build two apart-hotels and a shopping mall.
As a result, entering the 21st century (more precisely, in 2002), the park named after the 300th anniversary of St. Petersburg acquired a neighborhood with the shopping and entertainment "country" Piterland. Russian companies and foreign teams became subcontractors (in various industries for the implementation of this idea). As a result, the residents of St. Petersburg and its guests got the chance to regularly become participants in incredible entertainment adventures (they will be given a lot of attention in the review). The transparent dome and the same galleries are large and have become the same business card of the Primorsky District as the Lakhta Center. The biography of the park does not end there. Next in line is a dog breeding area and an auto camping.
Rest in the park named after the 300th anniversary of St. Petersburg - acquaintance with 54 hectares of "urban", garden and decorative greenery. The first landings began even when the PKiO with the current name did not exist. The city blocks themselves were not in the desired part of the Gulf of Finland. Under Peter the Great, between the northern bay of the Lakhtinsky Bay and Pianaya Gavan, only pine forests and spruce forests were green - the outskirts of the idyllic village of Lakhta. It was inhabited by the small Finno-Baltic people of Vod, which in the era of Swedish rule became finally Finnish (Karelians settled here).
Over time, trees in Lakhta began to be cut down. Revolution. The blockade in the Second World War. After that, part of the space was turned into a wasteland, leaving it to be "torn apart" by all sorts of tenders, but the half close to the track was simply rolled into concrete (thanks, not all).
Since 1995, they began to break up the park - initially, on a fertile piece surrounded by water, "Russian" alleys grew. So far, I mean only rows of aspens on the embankment. At the beginning of this century, the park named after the 300th anniversary of St. Petersburg was diversified by gifts from guests - from delegations from several countries of the world.
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