Breakfast at the cafe, which is almost home, and then you go for a walk on the territory again. Dress according to the weather, the distances for walking here are long.
An 8-metre wooden ear is perched on the hillside. According to the authors' idea, the ear, turned towards the river, allows you to isolate the noise from the village and feel the harmony with nature.
After listening to the silence, we run down to the river to climb the 18-meter lighthouse, the symbol of the park. A curious fact: the lighthouse was erected in three months without a single nail (though, using a metal frame). The main thing is to make sure that the stairs are not slippery.
"Universal Mind" is the largest installation by Nikolay Polissky, the founder of Archstoyanie festival. A huge wooden brain, to which a colonnade leads.
We jump in the car and drive to the Beaubourg. A reference to the Pompidou (aka Beaubourg) Museum in Paris, whose façade is adorned with ventilation pipes.
It's a great trip, isn't it? And for it to be dynamic, come to the Gazpromneft filling station, take water and a snack.
I suggest dinner exactly halfway through - in Obninsk. Right on the way will be a restaurant of Caucasian cuisine "Royal Palace". If you want something simpler, you can stop at the entrance to the city - here you will find a couple of Uzbek restaurants and roadside cafes.