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Poet Margarita Al inspired by Penza public gardens

11:54 | 17.06.2017 | Society


Penza, 17 June 2017. PenzaNews. The poet, the editor of the All-Russian magazine "LiFFt" Margarita Al was inspired by Penza thematic public gardens, which she visited during a personal trip conducted for her by the head of the city’s Culture Department Vera Feigina.

Poet Margarita Al inspired by Penza public gardens

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"I was greatly surprised. The campaign 'Immortal regiment" is conducted once a year but a public garden can be visited at any time. It is a living idea and I enjoyed the public garden a lot," she noted as a result of her visit to Karpinskogo street, where the "Immortal regiment" public garden was opened on the eve of Victory Day.

Margarita Al added that she was also inspired by Denis Davydov public garden, which hosts poetry reading events, live music performances and has reading halls equipped under the open sky.

"It is a wonderful project, which is worth telling about. It is bad that Moscow does not still know about such worthy undertakings. The next issue of our magazine will be dedicated to Penza," the poet said.

In addition, she paid attention to an unusual design of the public garden "45th meridian", which was solemnly opened on the eve of City Day and Russia Day.

"It has clear lines, everything was done absolutely correct. I immediately thought: why not starting a large geographical cultural tour that would start in Penza from the public garden '45th meridian' and finish in Moscow?" the editor of the magazine "LiFFt" noted.

Margarita Al stressed that it would be a great project, the details of which she was not going to reveal at that moment.

"I would like to express my deep gratitude to the head of the city administration Victor Kuvaytsev for his ability to unite people, to consider creative people's ideas, and to fill the city with such wonderful facilities and events. I will gladly come to Penza again and again," the mayor's office press service cites the poet.

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