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

Palace Bridge

Russia, St. Petersburg

Surprisingly, given its location, the bridge is a 20th century creation - before this, the only way across the Neva at this point was by boat or by a temporary pontoon bridge.  A committee set up to find a design for a bridge reviewed more than fifty projects before giving commission to engineer A. Pshenitskiy, and construction work began in 1912. In 1916, the bridge opened to traffic, even though its decorations, including the pavilions and lamps, were far from complete. Although it is 250 meters long, the bridge's design is actually quite simple, comprising five separate spans with two of the middle spans opening up to relatively wide angles to allow river traffic to pass underneath. Today Palace Bridge is probably most famous for the spectacular view of the Peter and Paul fortress it creates when it opens up in the early morning hours to allow river traffic through. The silhouette of the bridge's two raised platforms with the thin golden spire of Peter and Paul Cathedral rising in the background is one of the landmark views in the city.