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Gorky Park



Stretching almost 3 km along the river, Gorky Park is full of happy Russians. Officially the 'Park of Culture', named after Maxim Gorky, it's the original Soviet park - part ornamental and educational, part funfair and amusement park, and a good place to escape the hubbub of the city. In winter the ponds freeze and the paths are flooded to make a giant skating rink - you can rent skates if you take along some ID, such as a passport. Gorky Park has also a small amusement park with two Western roller coasters. The park also has a number of snack bars.


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