It’s very noisy and muddy here. A lot of people from the whole Moscow come here. You cant have a rest here.
About Patriarch's Pond
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Just a small pond, but it's historical place with huge background, and that place was described in Bulgakov's novella The Master and Margarita.
A not very big 'pond' within a built up area. But it is very serene and a great place to jog. There are a few good sculptures in the gardens that surround the water. Perhaps not worth a walk to but if you were passing...More
This park is set within a very trendy area of Moscow centre, with barista style coffee shops over looking the park which is so lovely just to stroll around, with sculptures on one side to view..
The pond is located in a really nice, different looking part of Moscow, surrounded by small boutique like restaurants, pastry shops and well boutiques. A must see for anyone who has read the book The Master and Margarita.
This is silent place near the center and noisy streets and the whole district around the pond is good for walking. But the most interesting this place is for those who have read the famous M.Bulgakov book. Just note that movies usually show the wrong...More
Moscow SOHO Huge wide boulevards certainly are the most memorable as a first impression from Moscow, but do not miss the chance to walk through the narrow streets and feel how Muscovites enjoy after work. In the central part of the Patriarch's zone, instead of...More
This district will give you a feel of what central Moscow was like until it was rebuilt by Stalin. This place is a must see with Bulgakov fans. However other visitors will enjoy the quiet atmosphere of this central block, Summer lake views and various...More
usual park situated in the center, some expensive cafes in the middle, ice skating in winter, a bit historical place, if you read deeper about it in internet, but it seems to be boring, even if you like nature.
Patriarch's pond is a unique place in Moscow that allows you to get out and walk and just relax. Not extremely picturesque, but offers some nice shops to stop in and also some interesting cafes.