In Murino, a Russian village located on the right bank of the River Okhta, 2 versts from the Okhta powder factories, there are notable lordly residential buildings, a beautiful garden with ramparts, etc., the most beautiful church, also a plant for doubling vodka. On the bank of the River Okhta, there is a spouting key in the deliberately open Greek temple, whose water is perfectly similar to that of Bristol water.

From the book «Description of the Russian-imperial capital city of St. Petersburg and attractions in the vicinity thereof, with a plan of 1794-1746»