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

Church of the Savior on Blood

Russia, St. Petersburg

The Church of the Savior on Blood, also called the Church of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, was constructed between 1883-1907 on the place where Tsar Alexander II was mortally wounded by terrorists from the "People's will" party. The authorities announced a competition for the best project and it was won by Alfred Parland, a relatively little-known Russian architect. He worked together with the  archimandrit of Trinity and Sergiy hermitage Ignatiy, better known in the world as Malyshev. Acoording to a legend, it was Virgin Matia who showed him in his dream the church's look. The Savior on Blood harks back to medieval Russian architecture. It intentionally resembles the celebrated St. Basil's Cathedral in Moscow. At that time the founding of Saint Petersburg was said to be a passive imitation of the West - that is why Parland refers back to Russian monuments dating XVII century and creates the church in a particularly Russian style. The church contains over 7500 square metres of mosaics - according to its restorers, more than any other church in the world.