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    • Zaryadye: History, Urbanism and Nature Come Together in Moscow's Newest Park
    • Zaryadye: History, Urbanism and Nature Come Together in Moscow's Newest Park
    • Zaryadye: History, Urbanism and Nature Come Together in Moscow's Newest Park
    • Zaryadye: History, Urbanism and Nature Come Together in Moscow's Newest Park
    • Zaryadye: History, Urbanism and Nature Come Together in Moscow's Newest Park
    • Zaryadye: History, Urbanism and Nature Come Together in Moscow's Newest Park
    • Zaryadye: History, Urbanism and Nature Come Together in Moscow's Newest Park
    • Zaryadye: History, Urbanism and Nature Come Together in Moscow's Newest Park
    • Zaryadye: History, Urbanism and Nature Come Together in Moscow's Newest Park
    • Zaryadye: History, Urbanism and Nature Come Together in Moscow's Newest Park
    • Zaryadye: History, Urbanism and Nature Come Together in Moscow's Newest Park
    • Zaryadye: History, Urbanism and Nature Come Together in Moscow's Newest Park
    • Zaryadye: History, Urbanism and Nature Come Together in Moscow's Newest Park
    • Zaryadye: History, Urbanism and Nature Come Together in Moscow's Newest Park
    • Zaryadye: History, Urbanism and Nature Come Together in Moscow's Newest Park
    • Zaryadye: History, Urbanism and Nature Come Together in Moscow's Newest Park
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    Zaryadye, Moscow’s newest urban park, which extends over an area of 13 hectares, is the first public park built in the city in over 50 years. Photo: Visitors at Moscow's Zaryadye Nature and Landscape Park.

    Take a look at the newest edition to the Russian capital, Zaryadye Park, which stuns and amazes with its breathtaking landscapes, fresh architectural designs and amusing attractions.

    Zaryadye Park was inaugurated by Russian President Vladimir Putin and the mayor of Moscow, Sergei Sobyanin, on September 9, 2017, on the grand occasion of Moscow's 870th anniversary.

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