Pobeda Park for Culture and Leisure

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Pobeda Park for Culture and Leisure

The idea of ​​creating the park belonged to the famous Soviet architect A.V. Shchusev, who visited Tiraspol in the postwar years. A park with an area of ​​15 hectares was laid out in 1947 on the territory of the former fruit and berry garden, which was then located outside the eastern outskirts of the city. The present-day name was given to the new city landmark in honor of the victory in the Great Patriotic War.

Over time, the park was enriched with a fountain, a summer stage, attractions and playgrounds and became one of the favorite vacation spots for residents of the capital. Various cultural events are regularly held here; a café welcomes you and a large Ferris wheel offers an impressive panorama of the city. The boundaries of the park are Str. Mir (from the main entrance side), Str. Poletski, Str. Tsarev and Luchevoy Passage.