Park named after Ostrovsky

Ostrovsky Park was created in 1961 and has an area of 4 hectares. The park is dominated by deciduous trees – maples, lindens, poplars. The number of bushes is relatively small. The park has a modern children’s play complex. In 1971, a monument to Nikolai Ostrovsky was erected in the park. In 2007, the park was thoroughly reconstructed on behalf of the mayor of Kiev Leonid Chernovetsky – the paths were resurfaced, lighting was updated, new benches and trash bins were installed, the summer stage was updated, an irrigation system was installed, the central entrance was reconstructed, a public toilet was built, as well as a utility room for workers. In 2009, a monument to teachers and students of the former Vladimir Kyiv Cadet Corps was unveiled here. Also here is Savior Transfiguration Church.

Where is the Ostrovsky Park?