Botanichnyi Sad (Ukrainian: Ботанічний сад) is a station on Kharkiv Metro's Oleksiivska Line. The station is one of two new stations added to the metro system on August 21, 2004, the other one being 23 Serpnia. The station is located under the Nauky avenue (formerly the Lenin avenue) in the northern part of Kharkiv's city center.
For the improvement of 11 municipalities of the Penza region in the framework of the project for the formation of a comfortable urban environment in Russia in the current year allocated 312,5 million rubles, including 34,3 million roubles from the regional budget, the press service of the government of the region.
With its incredible range of precipitation and elevation, diversity is the hallmark of Olympic National Park. Encompassing nearly a million acres, the park protects a vast wilderness, thousands of years of human history, and several distinctly different ecosystems, including glacier-capped mountains, old-growth temperate rain forests, and over ...
Destinations nearby to Pamyatnik Zhertvam Politicheskikh Repressiy include Ploshchad’ Pobedy, Ploshchad’ Sobornaya, Omsk and Ploshchad’ Lenina.Landmarks in the area include Stela V Chest’ Nagrazhdeniya Omskoy Oblasti Ordenom Lenina I Goroda Omska Ordenom Trudovogo Krasnogo Znameni, Pamyatnik Fëdoru Mikhaylovichu Dostoyevskomu, Znak V ...
Avtovokzaly.ru operates a bus from Saransk to Penza once daily. Tickets cost $6 - $10 and the journey takes 2 h 49 min. Penza also services this route 5 times a week. Alternatively, Russian Railways (RZhD) operates a train from Saransk to Penza every 4 hours.
There are a lot of wonderful museumsand concert halls to suit all ages, tastes, and budgets. Among the most interesting museums are Savitsky art-gallery, the Museum of one Painting, Local History museum and Folk Crafts Museum. Lermontov museum which is situated 260 km from Penza in Tarkhany is a real treasure and pride of Penza people.
The Museum of One Painting named after G. V. Myasnikov is a state museum, located in Penza, Russia. It is a unique museum, which does not have analogies anywhere in the world. Its peculiarity is that it does not have a permanent exposition and that it only shows one painting.
Traffic Light Tree is a public sculpture in Poplar, London, England, created by the French sculptor Pierre Vivant following a competition run by the Public Art Commissions Agency. Originally situated on a roundabout in Canary Wharf, at the junction of Heron Quay, Marsh Wall and Westferry Road, it is now located on a different roundabout, near Billingsgate Market in Poplar.