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                  Комаровский сквер
                  Комаровский сквер
                  Founded in 1872 in place of Alexander Garden. In 1971, the newly renovated square. The main attraction park - Fountain "The Boy and the Swan" Those who prefer high jinks silence and solitude, with pleasure will walk along an artificial stream with ornamental ponds in the lower part of the park. Central (formerly Alexander's) Square attracts residents and visitors of old fountain with the sculpture "Boy with a swan," the work of Italian master Lorenzo Bernini. Square was founded in 1872 and named in honor built on the site of the chapel of Alexander Nevsky, a fountain with a statue came here two years later. Central Square is perhaps the most respectable in the capital. At the beginning of last century ride on it could only afford a rich public: entrance to the Alexander Square has been paid. Now he has become a favorite place for meetings of young people, mostly students.