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Primorsky park

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Seaside Park (Yuri Gagarin) - one of the most beautiful parks in Yalta. Located in the southwestern coastal part of the city. Area of the park stretches over 2 km along the sea on the western coast of Yalta bay and is a natural extension of the Yalta embankment. Park founded in 1948 - 1952 years in the mixed landscape and a regular style under the guidance of an engineer GA Viypusa. In 1954 the Communards in the street on the draft AS Hotelova built the main entrance to the park in a classic style in a white colonnade with Corinthian capitals. Below the colonnade, a bronze sculpture, AP Chekhov. In front of the park - most of the plants of the old, random planting. The middle part - is more interesting and smart. Avenue lined with palm trees and on roadsides framed floral rabatkoys light during the flowering plants. At the curtain - the mass of roses of different varieties. They bloom from spring to winter cold. The park crosses a broad and very elegant palm alley. At the highest point of the walkway is completed conveniently arranged observation platform at the center who did the original decorative pool, echoing the shape of a miniature of the Black Sea and Azov Sea. From the south and the north area is bounded by two colonnades in the style of the national classics (by AP Barsukov). The park has over 100 species of trees and shrubs that are placed according to their decorative effect and protection requirements. More often they are used in group and Alleyne crop in the edges and as groundcover.

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