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Online Walks in the St. Petersburg Botanical Garden
May 14, 2020 17:10


Even during the self-isolation caused by coronavirus, do not forget that spring is in full swing. The Botanical Garden invites you to enjoy the natural beauties live.

We won’t be able to visit the St. Petersburg garden during the quarantine period, but we have the opportunity to walk there with the gadget and enjoy the natural oasis online.

During the broadcasts, employees organize excursions to the greenhouses for the audience and share interesting stories about plants that can be seen there. For example, in the video “Where did that palm tree grow?” Director of the Botanical Institute Dmitry Geltman talks about prototypes in the fairy tale allegory of Vsevolod Garshin "Attalea princeps" about a palm tree, which languishes in the greenhouse and tears through the roof to the sun.

You can join the online broadcasts via VKontakte. All videos are saved in the group.

Evgenia Tyulina created the gingerbread version of the Botanical Garden in St. Petersburg for the festival "Gingerbread World" in 2018. It took the author three weeks to work on it. The efforts brought Elena the prize-winner status at the festival.

Now, while the Botanical Garden is closed, she invites you to walk along its gingerbread counterpart. Video with the tour is available for watching on VKontakte.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: St. Petersburg Stay Home Online Events St. Petersburg gardens St. Petersburg parks  

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