Desnyansky Park

Troyeshchina developed gradually, so a vacant lot was allocated near the building of the district executive committee for the future development of the administrative center. But since nothing was built there for a long time, local residents began to plant trees in this place and over time, Desnyansky Park appeared here. It was formed as a green zone on the new Vygurovshchina-Troyeshchina massif in the 2nd half of the 1990s, but even before the mid-2000s the park was planned and planted with trees only in its northern part. The southern part was planned and planted during 2008-2009.
The park has children’s and sports grounds, children’s attractions, and a Florence cinema. The green zone also includes the Chernobyl Square, where in the period from 2007 to 2013 such objects as the Alley of Chernobyl Victims, the Pantheon of Memory Rotunda, the Earth Monument and the Monument to the Victims of the Chernobyl Tragedy were created.
The park, whose total area is 8 hectares, is planted with deciduous trees (linden, maple and others) and bushes. In 2010, on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the end of the Great Patriotic War, an Obelisk of Memory was installed here and a Memory Alley was created.

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