MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
28 November 2021, 09:24
New Year trees, light tunnels and arches, animal figures and Christmas balls will be installed in the park.
The newly created Yauza park will be decorated for the first time for the New Year and Christmas. More than 100 New Year decorations will be installed on its territory.
“This year, we have completed work on the improvement of two more sections of the park in the floodplain of the Chermyanka River, turning them into a comfortable area for recreation and sports, which has already been positively assessed by Muscovites. They became part of the future Yauza park, – said the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for housing and communal services and improvement
Peter Biryukov… “Therefore, it was decided to decorate the territory of the new park beautifully in order to create a New Year’s mood among its guests.”
Visitors will be able to walk inside light tunnels and under garland canopies. On the section from Severodvinskaya Street to the Rostokinsky Aqueduct, six New Year trees, animal figures and light stars will be erected. On Severodvinskaya Street, there will also be a light arch with Christmas balls and two unusual art tunnels that look like a large Christmas ball decorated with a frosty cobweb.
In the area of the Pevcheskoye Pole site (on the walking paths near Zapovednaya Street) there will be 20 illuminated lanterns. Closer to the Yauza, in addition to an island with deer and a New Year’s tree, four glowing arches will be installed.
In Lazorevoy proyezd and the Yauza sports park, guests will be greeted by a New Year tree, light hares and deer. In the Garden of the Future, two large luminous New Year’s balls-arches will be installed, where spectacular photographs can be taken. An island with deer will also appear here.
And at the Rostokinsky aqueduct 14 unusual inclined fir trees will be placed. The three-meter red structures will touch the ground with golden stars at the crown. Another 26 similar (but larger) stars will be installed in different parts of the park.
All volumetric decorative structures use modern LED equipment. Such structures are safe for people, are designed to work in Moscow weather conditions (snow, thaw, freezing rain, snow adhesion) and consume a small amount of electricity.
The improvement of the Yauza park began in 2016. Work on two sites in the floodplain of the Chermyanka River was completed in 2021. The modernization will continue in the coming years.
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