Homestead Gorenki, Balashikha

#2 of 13 in Sightseeing in Balashikha
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  • Beautiful and picturesque place! Went many times, as simply a walk with a friend and a photo shoot. In summer there are particularly good: trees in the Green River, architecture-all this will leave a lasting impression you have!
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  • Sad. Very sad and painful that such beauty is gradually disappearing. I have heard that even in Soviet times, the artist Glazunov wanted to open a school here. Was not given. Maybe he'd brought it in order. And at the moment nobody cares to crumbling beauty, not the authorities, not located here sanatorium. And what a beautiful park. What a beautiful waterfall was formerly here according to my older relatives. I have it unfortunately was not caught.
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  • The farmstead is a wonderful Gorenki Manor with a park, a grotto, pond, charming alleys. In the depths of the carriageway of the road you'll find the Manor House, resembling a bird raskinuvshuju wings. Winter Garden, columns, resembling the ancient portico, an underground Grotto on the shore of a pond, overgrown alleys. Hurry up to see farmstead slowly dying (only the façade and refurbish premises necessary for the patients of the sanatorium). The Manor House serves now as a sanatorium. Everything else slowly collapses. It is a pity that departs from us yet another historical heritage.
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