Moscow is the capital and most populous city of Russia, with 13.2 million residents within the city limits, 17 million within the urban area and 20 million within the metropolitan area. Moscow is one of Russia’s federal cities.
There are 96 parks and 18 parks in Moscow, The central park of culture and comfort, named after Maxim Gorky, was established in 1928. The main area (689,000 square meters) on the Moskva River consists of pallets, children’s areas (including water pools for observation with boats and water bikes), dancing , tennis courts, And other sports facilities. It is next to the park of Niskutcheni (408,000 square meters), the oldest park in Moscow and the residence of the ancient emperor, who was built by the piers of three pieces of land after the eighth century. The park has the Green Theater, one of Europe’s largest open-air terraces, with capacity for 15,000 people.
The Izmailovsky Park, founded in 1931, is one of the largest urban parks in the world with the Richmond Park in London. Its area is 15.34 kilometers (5.92 square miles), six times larger than Central Park in New York City.
The Sokolniki Park, named after the falcon fishing sport that has been practiced there in the past, is one of the oldest parks in Moscow and is 6 square kilometers (2 square miles). There is a large fountain in the middle and tree paths of maple and elm. A labyrinth of green corridors located after the gazelles’ pools in the park.
Lusini Ostrov National Park (National Elk Island Park), with an area of more than 116 square kilometers (45 square miles), is located next to Sokolnyki Park which was the first Russian national park. It is also known as the “city tega” because of the presence of deer in it.
The Botanical Garden of the Academy of Sciences, founded in 1945 and is the largest in Europe. It covers an area of 3.61 square kilometers (1.39 square miles) and is located near the Russian Exhibition Center and contains an exhibition consisting of twenty thousand varieties of plants from different locations of the world as well as from the Scientific Research Laboratory. It also contains 20,000 tudr of rose bushes, two sedans with a life span of more than 100 years, and a glass house of 5000 square meters.
The center of the Russian exhibition (Всероссийский выставочный центр), formerly known as the Federal Agricultural Macro Gallery and also the National Economy Achievement Exhibition since its official name “Permanent Trade Fair”, is in fact one of the most predominant examples of the Stalinist era of architecture. A wide range of recreational parks span dozens of detailed pavilions, each representing a branch of industry, Soviet science or one of the republics of the Soviet Union. Although, during the 1990s, it was, and for some is still misused as a huge shopping center (leased most of the wings of small companies), but still features architectural features, including two huge fountains (Stone Flower and Friendship among Peoples) 360 Panoramic degree.
Wellek Park, founded in 1958, is known for its exhibition of sculptures and large imports.
Moscow has always been a popular destination for tourists. Some of the best known tourist spots include the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Kremlin in Moscow and the Red Square, built between the 14th and 17th centuries. The Ascension Church in Kolominskoy, dating back to 1532, is the UNESCO World Heritage Site, another tourist attraction.
Another famous site look Moscow Zoo, a park containing more than a thousand species of animals and 6,500 samples. Every year 1.2 million people visit the park