Tsvetnik Park, Pyatigorsk

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Nature / Park
Stroll through a green oasis rich in history at Tsvetnik Park. The work of Italian landscape architects the Bernardazzi brothers, the park was established in 1829 and used by guests like Alexander Pushkin and Mikhail Lermontov. During the walk, you will see the statue of Kisa Vorobyaninov, the character from the famous 20th-century satirical novel "The Twelve Chairs." You may also notice the Elbrus Grotto, the artificial cave made to mark the first conquest of the tallest peak in Europe. Near the entrance is an historical coffee shop, first opened in 1908. The park is very well connected with the rest of the city by public transportation. Put Tsvetnik Park on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Pyatigorsk itinerary planner.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Tsvetnik is definitely the most important and famous tourist highlight of Pyatigorsk.It`s relatively big and besides flowers and trees there are some important historic buildings related to Russia`s b...  more »
  • One of the biggest and definitely the most beautiful park in town. It has gorgeous apricot sand which makes park look very cozy and pretty. In the center of the park you will see wonderful iron buildi...  more »
  • Previously, it was a wonderful little cozy Park with the stunningly beautiful flowerbeds. One word-flower garden. Now the desolation. Judging by the stories, changed leadership in and financing of the garden ended. Beds are empty, the famous red sand on the tracks is blurred. Unreal sorry.
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  • Beautiful, beautiful cultural and historic place! Beautiful alleys, statuettes. The only thing-sometimes confuses the public, namely the "locals" that behave, to put it mildly, not culturally. But that's another story
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  • Historical place. Very small, all close by. from here to start a walk to the grotto of Lermontov and even failure. We need to get ready to go into the mountain, often ill-suited to the stroller with the child.
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  • Love hanging out here with friends, but visitors often ask me why the Park is called the flower garden where there are no or virtually no colors. Place produces not too well kept.
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  • The current resort place. If the meet went Lermontov or Pushkin surrounded by ladies in kriolinovyh clothes, absolutely not surprised. 🙂 Atmosphere of the time, Yes, and architecture are preserved.
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  • I love this park, it is the atmosphere of relaxation and rest! Clean air, live music, greenery, rising above in good weather will see Kavazskij Ridge and Elbrus!
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