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Arboretum in Sochi

Park Arboretum was founded in 1892 by Sergey Nikolayevich Khudekov, the publisher and the editor for the Peterburgskaya newspaper. The park is divided into 50 sections where over 2500 plant cultures from around the world (North America, Asia Minor, Australia, Eastern Africa, the Mediterranean Region, Mexico, Himalayas, Japan and China) coexist in harmony. The visitors will definitely be fascinated by the incredible combination of various plants: ancient sago palms, gorgeous date-palms, huge coquito palms and refined willows. Walking across the territory of the park you are likely to meet graceful peacocks and Australian ostriches. The Arbotreums ponds are the home for majestic white swans, Australian black swans and those from New Zeland. Here is the realm of peace, beauty and nature. The Arboretum consists of two parts: the lower flat one and the upper one, located on the mountainside. The both parts are connected by a ropeway and a tunnel going under Kurortny Prospect.

Address: 74, Kurortny Prospect, Sochi

Phone: (8622) 92-36-02



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