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In Yekaterinburg, a greenhouse was revived in which pineapples were grown. A photo

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In the greenhouse of the merchant Simanov
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In Yekaterinburg, the greenhouse of the merchant and owner of the well-known mill in the city, Ilya Simanov, where he grew plants and pineapples, was recreated. It is located in the Big Georgian restaurant and is called the Big Georgian Garden. This is reported by the correspondent of URA.RU from the scene.

“Several dozen species of real and artificial plants were planted in the greenhouse for the opening. The collection of perennials will expand gradually, over the course of several years, under the supervision of professional florists,” said Kirill Shlaen, owner of the restaurant. He specified that a humidification and irrigation system will be installed in the future to maintain the humidity of tropical plants.

Moscow decorator Roman Kovalishin worked on the “Great Georgian Garden” with his bureau Visionar. Kovalishin is known for decorating the events of Elton John, Natalia Vodianova, Philip Kirkorov and other famous people.

The glass greenhouse of Ilya Simanov appeared in the 19th century, where the merchant grew exotic plants and pineapples. It did not survive to this day, however, UMMC-Builder, together with the Big Georgian restaurant, recreated the merchant’s project. The new greenhouse can accommodate up to 120 people, where guests can stay all year round – the room has heating. Also in the center is a stage where musicians will perform. The greenhouse is connected to the restaurant by means of a passage, in which hangs a portrait of the merchant Simanov, created from natural materials by the artist Konstantin Evdokimov.

The restaurant “Big Georgian” was opened on the Olympic Embankment in October 2021. In May 2022, the establishment received the “Best Restaurant with History” award according to the “Palm Branch of the Restaurant Business” award.

The greenhouse is filled with light throughout the day

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The restaurant’s conservatory can accommodate up to 120 people

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The restaurant serves traditional Georgian dishes.

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Large panoramic windows throughout the greenhouse

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Between the greenhouse and the main part of the restaurant hangs a portrait of the merchant Simanov

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The whole ceiling is hung with plants

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In Yekaterinburg, the greenhouse of the merchant and owner of the well-known mill in the city, Ilya Simanov, where he grew plants and pineapples, was recreated. It is located in the Big Georgian restaurant and is called the Big Georgian Garden. This is reported by the correspondent of URA.RU from the scene. “Several dozen species of real and artificial plants were planted in the greenhouse for the opening. The collection of perennials will expand gradually, over the course of several years, under the supervision of professional florists,” said Kirill Shlaen, owner of the restaurant. He specified that a humidification and irrigation system will be installed in the future to maintain the humidity of tropical plants. Moscow decorator Roman Kovalishin worked on the “Great Georgian Garden” with his bureau Visionar. Kovalishin is known for decorating the events of Elton John, Natalia Vodianova, Philip Kirkorov and other famous people. The glass greenhouse of Ilya Simanov appeared in the 19th century, where the merchant grew exotic plants and pineapples. It did not survive to this day, however, UMMC-Builder, together with the Big Georgian restaurant, recreated the merchant’s project. The new greenhouse can accommodate up to 120 people, where guests can stay all year round – the room has heating. Also in the center is a stage where musicians will perform. The greenhouse is connected to the restaurant by means of a passage, in which hangs a portrait of the merchant Simanov, created from natural materials by the artist Konstantin Evdokimov. The restaurant “Big Georgian” was opened on the Olympic Embankment in October 2021. In May 2022, the establishment received the “Best Restaurant with History” award according to the “Palm Branch of the Restaurant Business” award.

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