The "Hermit Park" project has a charity and tutorial objective. A certain part of its profit will be transferred into financing the "Warm Home" social charity foundation programs.

Foundation in detail

Bronze Horseman

Russia, St. Petersburg

The monument to Peter the Great, poetized by Alexander Pushkin in his famous novel "The Bronze Horseman", was the first monument of Saint Petersburg installed in the Senate Square. Etienne Falconet, the French sculptor, was deliberately invited from France to work on it. It took him three years to make a model of the horse monument. The stone called the "thunder-stone", on which the monument stands, is well known for its history. Found in a village of Lakhta on the board of the Gulf of Finland in 1768, it required 9 months to be transported to the square. 400 people with the help of special facilities carried the stone of 1600 tones first by land, and then by water. August 7, 1782, with a crowd of people watching, orchestra playing and cannon bellow, the monument was inaugurated. Catherine the Great who proposed the idea of the monument was also present among the spectators. The engraving that says: "To Peter I from Catherine II" was made on the pedestal in her honor.