Russian Museum opened gardens after dryingSummer garden in St. Petersburg. Photo: Baltphoto / Rafael Karapetyan

Petersburgers again can walk on the Summer and Mikhailovsky gardens, which in April were closed to dry.

Summer regime of gardens will last until September 30.

Let’s note, earlier the deputy of the Petersburg Legislative Assembly, Boris Vishnevsky, informed that now the townspeople will have to pay for walks in the Summer Garden. The entrance will be paid for the duration of the World Cup this year.

The fee is expected to be taken from July. It was noted that the World Cup coincides with the festival "Imperial Gardens of Russia". The territory of the Summer Garden is planned to decorate with fresh flowers, and also open a photo exhibition on the main avenue.


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