Someone likes monuments of architecture, someone gets aesthetic pleasure from museums, and someone just enjoys the beauty and simplicity of nature. It seems that you can always listen to the sounds and examine every corner of it.
One of the places endowed with beauty can be called the Fedor Mershavtsev Park in Krivoy Rog. One of the oldest parks in the city, which is located between the rivers Ingulets and Saksagan. The park was founded by a nobleman Fyodor Mershavtsevim. After leaving the service, the founder of the park decided to build a house and began planting various fruit trees around it. So the first garden-park appeared in the city, where the entrance was free. Later was built, a fountain, swings and recreation areas. By the way, did you know that Fedor Mershavtsev himself was a participant in two world tours?
Today, the park can be called - multifunctional. On the territory there are many playgrounds with various types of swings, a boat station with the possibility of renting, a rope park where you will get orienteering skills, there is even a private beach where you can enjoy sunbathing in the summer under the hot sun. And of course, where without fountains, the fountain takes the central place - a wonderful area for creating unique photos. Fans of all the same sculptures there is something to see, because the park is located a lot of sculpture monuments.
Now the park has become a favorite place for recreation not only for local residents, but also for tourists. Therefore, visit the park, take part in quests that are held regularly, especially in the summer, enjoy the music and poetry evenings that take place on the art site and feel the spirit of nature.
How to get there!? From the central bus station of Krivoy Rog to the Post Avenue (formerly Karl Marx), which is equipped with an entrance to the park, there is a bus number 203. Having passed it on foot, it is necessary to move to the west along Svyato-Nikolaevskaya Street, then turn right to Staroyarmakova Street, from where you can get to your destination.