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First Landscape Park Opens in Sochi
19.06.2008 23:42
First Landscape Park Opens in Sochi

The first landscape mini-park has opened in the Russian city of Sochi. On the territory of the park visitors can get acquainted with various forms of the urban environment organization, including an unusual fountain made from solitary and gardens of cactuses of different shapes.
      
      Besides, on the territory of the park there is an exposition of Japanese landscapes with small gardens and small Asian architecture.
      
      According to the city administration, the park creators will gratuitously consult the visitors on beatification of the house land plots and organization of the landscape design elements.
      
      Source - yuga.ru


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