There are ninety-six parks and eighteen gardens in Moscow, including four botanical gardens.There are also 450 (174 sq.mi) of green zones besides 100 (39 sq.mi) of forests.Aleksandrovsky Sad is directly accessible from the metro station bearing the same name.Picturesque gardens with shady trees and broad lanes were designed and set up in 1821 by O.We have shared wonderful moments, we spent nights and even weekends together…Sex was important, but that was not the most important thing between us…Feeling loved by another man has helped me being more self-confident.The park also features volleyball, basketball, and badminton courts; and you can hire a rowboat, paddleboat, or bike.Further into the forest there is an equestrian center. To get to the park, take the metro to the station Novoyasenevskaya (the park is just next to the station); the park is also accessible from the metro station Ulitsa Akademika Yangelya - once out of the metro, walk along Akademika Yangelya ulitsa for about 1 mile or take bus 680, 118 or minibus 566M to the station "Ulitsa Akademika Yangelya", then take a 3-4 minute walk to the park.
First called the Kremlin Gardens, they changed the name in 1856 after the crowning of Alexander II.
The museum is located in the monument to the Explorers of Space.
And, of course, recently restored Vera Mukhina's 24.5 meter (80 ft.) "Worker and Kolkhoznitsa" monument is a must-see sculpture.
Do not miss the impressive Fountain of People's Friendship (Fontan Druzhby Narodov) right in the center of the park.
It consists of 15 gold-covered statues representing all 15 republics of the former Soviet Union.