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.

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Saint Nicolas' Naval Cathedral

Russia, St. Petersburg

Saint Nicolas' Naval Cathedral (known locally as the Sailors' Cathedral) is one of the most spectacular sites of the city. It was laid on June 15, 1753 and opened in 1762. The two-storied cathedral is crowned with five golden domes. All parts coming forward are decorated with groups of columns. For external decoration Savva Chevakinskiy, one of the most gifted Russia architects of the middle 18th century, resorted to ornamental sculpture as well as plastic facade work. Today, the cathedral is one of the best and last remaining examples of Russian baroque architecture. A beautiful bell tower that overlooks Kryukov Canal is one of the perfect examples of the 18th-century architecture. The composition is carried through concave lower part contrasting to two convex upper tiers. The bell tower harmonically enters the quiet ambiance of the canal and its embankments.