Morning walk to the center of Vladimir. The park is famous for the repeated mysterious disappearance of Gogol's bust. Nikolai Vasilyevich in his repertoire!
Water supply reached Vladimir by the end of the 19th century. In the 70's the tower was converted into a museum. Here you can learn about the history of the city, the spiritual life of the citizens and their lives. The special place in the exposition is occupied by the transit prison, casting a slight sadness. But everything is forgotten when we go out to the observation deck.
Tidy alleys, funny fountain. Saying goodbye to the city, this time looking at it from the Ferris wheel. Interestingly, the view opens up more to Vladimir's industrial part.
Pleasant place in the center of the city Cover. Laconic interior. Asian cuisine. We recommend home made lemonade.
Our journey ends with a stroll through an abandoned and ruined manor house. Her hospital building, to be exact. Lonely pines, rustling leaves and ruins. Inside one of the annexes to the palace, we found a destroyed piano. We smiled and remembered that it was time to turn in the car.
It's a nice place. Large selection of pizza, a varied menu. Neutral interior helps to relax in soft chairs.