Neskuchny Garden

Neskuchny Garden is the oldest park in Moscow

Little (Grotesque) stone bridge
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With an area of 40.8 hectares and a former Emperor's residence, created as a result of the integration of three estates in the 18th century, it also contains the Green Theater, one of the largest open amphitheaters in Europe, which can sit 20,000 people.

Summer house in Neskuchny Garden
pinterest button Summer house in Neskuchny Garden   Al Shipilin, GNU 1.2

Prince Nikita Yurievich Trubetskoy’s hunting lodge is the oldest construction of Neskuchny Garden and the only building from the ensemble of Trubetskoy that has made it to the present.

The pavilion in Neskuchny Garden where the game What? Where? When? takes place
pinterest button The pavilion in Neskuchny Garden where the game What? Where? When? takes place A. Savin, CC BY-SA 3.0

TV broadcasting of famous game What? Where? When? (Russian: Что? Где? Когда?) takes place in Okhotnichy domik, which located in Neskuchny Garden.

Useful Information

Neskuchny Garden
Russian: Неску́чный сад
literally meaning "not boring" or "merry"

Contacts

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