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National Park Losiny Ostrov is the larges forest massif of Moscow with the area of 128 km2. It was created on August 24, 1983. This unique territory encloses miniature samples of all landscapes of Central Russia: coniferous, mixed, and broad-leaved...more
It’s almost warm here and good time for bicycle ride at weekend, the nearest place to me is Losiny Ostroumova National Park which is similar to real forest. You can meet elks there, Fox, snake etc. I went there last weekend and it was very...More
I had no idea about what to find before visiting this park for the first time last weekend but that was my experience: as soon as I steped out at Belokamennaya St. and took the way to one of the main paths, I passed through...More
We just walked around the southern part of this park, but it is very nice with numerous trails in the woods. One thing that is different about this park, compared to other city parks is that there are no signs on the trails and they...More
It is a wonderful place!
We visited in the winter.
It is recommended to dress warmly, we were visiting in the temperature around zero degrees, ie, it may seem that it is not cold, but due to a long stay in the cold all began...More
It is the biggest park in Moscow. Actually it extends beyond Moscow area. Just one third of the park is situated in the Moscow city proper. You can expect to see wildlife there. They even made underground passes under the Moscow Ring Road, so that...More
We visited Losiny Island last April with our friends, a mature couple, but we had fun nevertheless. It's too late to see and feed herds of mooses, but they had at least one youngster who was very eager to eat the cabbage offered to him,...More