Catherine and Alexander Parks

06 Jun , 07:00–23:00
Museums, exhibitions

Parks are as important as the palace complex to the ambiance of the Tsarskoye Selo part of the city of Pushkin. The two most important of these are Catherine Park and Alexander Park, named after the palaces located within their territories.
Catherine Park is composed of two main sections: the Regular (Old Garden) Park and the Landscape (English) Park. The Regular Park is a formal garden symmetrically organizing the space around the palace, composed of a strict system of alleys, platforms, pavilions, and sculptures.
Alexander Park spans over approximately 200 ha and adjoins the parade ground (courtyard) of the Great Tsarskoye Selo (Catherine) Palace and can also be split into a regular (New Garden) park and a landscape park.

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