Ten years ago, in retirement, a civil engineer, Vladimir Ovchinnikov realized that knows how to draw.
And he began “in a pirate” to create on the walls, describing their pictures of bygone days, recreating the city of the past. Two Borovska of different ages share the space of streets, crossing on the walls of houses. For a couple of years, a small town literally came alive on the flow of tourists, having heard about the “city within a city”.
Who would have thought that less than a hundred kilometers from Moscow is a place which combines the city of the past and the present city. “Borovsky portal”, “Parallel city”, “open air museum” – as soon as any call this remarkable phenomenon. You come to one place and get right in two.
photovide.com chose the most impressive pictures of the past on the walls.