Diana's grotto is one of the main sights of Pyatigorsk (Russia). This grotto was created in the 30-es XIX century by famous architects brothers of Bernardazzi. It is a beautiful stone grotto with an arch entrance and two low columns. Initially it was called as Elborus's Grotto, in honor of climbing Mount Elbrus of expedition under the leadership of the general Emanuyel. A little later the grotto was called by the name of Diana – a brave patroness of hunting in ancient Roman mythology. One week before the death of M. Lermontov, in July, 1841, his friends staged luxurious Bal in the grotto. Today it is a popular tourist place. With good acoustics it hosts Symphony concerts.