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Regional Arboretum, Omsk
(4.3/5 based on 10+ reviews on the web)
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  • A beautiful park with a large territory and many plants! Unfortunately, unaccompanied it not look, it is necessary to take an hour-long tour! Prices for the Park is not small, so few Omsk citizens visited here!
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  • Be sure to visit for an hour or so-you will not regret. This does not Sochi Arboretum (as indeed and not grounds of Rothschild and not remarkable gardens of Dupont). But people have created it in Siberia-and not in the subtropics. Honor and praise them. Bitter, however, to hear that the Omsk school selection was lost with the departure to Germany it-essentially-creator. That local authorities do not support the scientific work in the Arboretum, and all limited to excursions on the remnants of former luxury.
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  • Were in the Arboretum twice, in the past, and last year received a lot of positive emotions, different guides, each with their own style of presenting information. Just kind of hat before those who patiently laid and carefully kept this beauty., Mansions of course, cause certain thoughts, as has already been mentioned here in one of the reviews, but that's not the point. It is remarkable that in the bustling city you can for an hour or so to distract and pass along the manicured paths with different plantings and a kind word to remember founder Arboretum Herbert Gonzalez and his assistants.
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