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Summer of our opportunities

19 July 2019
The participants of “Summer of My Opportunities”, the pilot project of the Government of Moscow, have visited Zaryadye Park.
The Summer Career School is a two week project for students and graduates of Moscow universities, where the participants study the largest and most unique urban projects.

The project participants are trying out in practice their communication and analytical skills that are necessary in various fields: from teaching at school to working in the Public Administration, they learnt advanced management know-hows and key metropolitan facilities.


Zaryadye Park has become one of the most interesting points of the “summer trajectory”.
First, the participants checked out Soaring, after that, they went on a journey in Time Machine. The visitation of the high-tech media complexes was a bright start to get acquainted with the park.
The professionals from the scientific and educational Nature Center held a presentation about the Park at the lecture hall. The meeting turned into active dialogue. What makes the park different from others?
What technologies were used in its construction? How many people were involved in the park creation and how big is the team of the park now? How to protect landscapes from trampling, and where to hide from the heat?


Denis Vysotsky, the head of the Scientific and Educational Programs department, spoke about the key scientific programs that are implemented at Nature Center, he also checked students’ knowledge on the genetically modified products.
Alexandra Voskresenskaya, the head of the Nature Protection and Landscape Work department, showed in what way the design and architecture of the park together with the peculiarities of its botanical diversity influence the creation of programs.
Then the participants visited science laboratories, Ice Cave and Florarium.
The students confessed that they had discovered the park again! It turns out that there are not only an interesting landscape and beautiful selfies. The park is also a complex project, a multifunctional cultural and leisure space, media complexes and laboratories where one can study DNA, clone plants, and conduct experiments with genes. This diversity is truly intriguing and invites you to learn new and fascinating things.

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