Gomeyuk

by Gomel

The formation of a regular park in Gomel began in the late 1830s. designed by the Warsaw architect Adam Idzkowski. The bed of the ancient Gomiyuk (or Gomeyuk) river, which had dried up by that time, which flowed into the Sozh River, was cleared in 1843, filled with water and turned into an artificial pond (later it was referred to as Lebyazhy), which is a typical element for a landscape park. According to the plans of the designer, two small bridges were thrown across the pond. One - in the form of a Roman aqueduct with an arcade of spans for water flows, the second was massive, squat, consisted of large stone blocks and had one arched span.

Publish date: 04/13 2023
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