The exhibition "the Monrepos Park is a unique monument Sadovo-Park art XVIII-XIX centuries"
The exhibition aims to maintain interest in the past and truly unique landscape Park, a significant part of which is in 2018 is under renovation and closed to the public.
As the Swedish agricultural manor Lille Ladegaard turned into a landscape Park "Charlottental"? As the Park is called "mon repos", which translated from French means "the place of my rest"? How is this area different from other manor parks? The answers to these questions provide the materials for the exhibition and tell about the people who created and changed the landscape of the Park.
The exhibition presents art project "My garden speaks to the soul...", which included photographs by A. Salmanov, P. Polyakov, and S. Kiselev, A. Rasedusega, Jean Delpo that has engulfed the last decade of the life of the Museum-reserve. Panoramic views invite to enjoy the beauty of the Park "mon repos" in different hours of the day and the seasons, and the special atmosphere of the protected areas submitted by authors through the attention to detail of the architecture, flora and fauna.