Russia is a huge country filled with amazing places to see. One of the lesser-known Russian wonders is Village of Nikola-Lenivets, located around 140 miles away from Moscow in Kaluga region. It’s nothing like any other village you’ve seen – it’s a park, an open art exhibition, and a camping site that spreads on the area of 1600 acres.
There are over 30 art installations around the village and they are beautifully integrated into the landscape. To visit them all, you’ll need a day or two, because they are spread around the village.
The exhibition pieces change all the time. Any artist can submit a project and it will be installed if it fits the general concept.