Отдых в парке Александрия

К востоку от главного паркового ансамбля Петергофа (в окрестностях Санкт-Петербурга) находится большой ландшафтный парк в Английском стиле, названный в честь жены Николая I - Александры Фёдоровны.

К настоящему времени парк стал замечательным местом, в котором можно отдохнуть в тени древних летних дубов.

В период с 2010 по 2011 года парк был облагорожен  и воссоздан. Были реконструированы некоторые мосты. К 2011 году был закончен ремонт доминант парка (Готическая капелла, Коттедж, Фермерский дворец)

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Taken: 02/08/2011
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