With four climate zones, including a forest inspired by Russian fairy tales, a floating bridge, and an ice cave with a scientific and educational center, visitors to Moscow can now enjoy a new futuristic park just next to the Kremlin. Zaryadye Park was opened to the public just in time for Moscow's 870th birthday on September 9. One of the most fascinating details about Zaryadye Park is that it has a unique ecosystem which includes landscapes characteristic of Russia’s four main climate zones. You can find a tundra, steppe, mixed forest and meadowland in Zaryadye, which is the first major park opened in the capital in 50 years. Zaryadye is a historical district in Moscow established in 12-13th centuries within Kitai-Gorod, between Varvarka Street and Moskva River. The name means "the place behind the rows", i.e., behind the market rows adjacent to the Red Square.