Arboretum named after Bogomolets

The botanical natural monument of local significance was created in 1999 with the aim of preserving, protecting and using the most valuable specimens of park construction for aesthetic, educational, environmental, scientific and health purposes. Previously it was called the memorial park named after Academician Bogomolets. Inside the park is the house where Alexander Bogomolets lived, as well as the grave and monument to the academician. The park itself, with an area of 1 hectare, was founded in the 1930s on the initiative and under the leadership of an academician on a vacant lot, where 90 species of exotic and rare species of trees and shrubs brought from botanical gardens and arboretums were planted.

Where is the Bogomolets Arboretum located?