New Holland was recognized as the best project Redevelopment of industrial cultural heritage sites and their territories for public projects.
St. Petersburg has won the Jean-Paul-L’Alllier Prize for Heritage, 2019 edition. The New Holland public space was recognized as the best project of Redevelopment of industrial cultural heritage sites and their territories for public projects.
A commemorative plaque marking this achievement will be installed in New Holland on October 1. The ceremony is to be attended by Mr. Denis Ricard, Secretary General of the Organization of World Heritage Cities (OWHC).
St. Petersburg applied for the Jean-Paul-L’Alllier Prize with five projects: New Holland, Planetarium No.1, Sevkabel Port, Petrovsky Arsenal and Tkachi space.
Photo: St. Petersburg TV channel