Landscape alley in Kiev
A large-scale project appeared near the National Museum of History of Ukraine. It ends between buildings 36 and number on 40 Big Zhitomir street. Initially, Soviet architect Abraham Miletsky built the Alley in the early 1980s. And in 2009, the creative tem led by sculptor Konstantin Skretutsky equipped the alley with benches and majestic cats, fountains in the form of elephant, zebra heads, and various mosaic tiles. Also, a 30 meter cat, shops in the form of a rabbit, a crow, and a cat. Meanwhile, Landscape design of the park was formerly a wasteland, and thanks to a famous urban sculptor Konstantin Skretutsky it turned into an attraction park. By the way, residents of nearby houses, as well as private sponsors collected money for the creative project.