The park is a nice place to walk about .
features dozens of rare species of trees. The environment is
perfect for recreation.
This serpentine spruce (Picea Abies "Virgata") is
a rare species in Belarus
An old alley of the park
The Russian soldiers of
Labava Regiment, who were stationed in this part of the
city, laid out the park in 1906. Initially it covered 4 ha.
Today it covers over 20 ha.
The park has
undergone an all-out reconstruction before the centenary’s
October 16,2004 the park was reopened on completion
of the 1st stage of the reconstruction. On that day the
weather was nice, a lot of people came to the park. A long
brand new track for lovers of skate board and roller skates
runs across the park
Now park visitors can enjoy
a big disco club, a concert stage in the open air, an
amusement park and 2 lovely ponds that are called here
Lakes: Upper Lake and Lower Lake. A canal connects them.
Water is slowly flowing from Upper Lake to Lower Lake. New
bridges span the canal banks and link to the island in the
centre of Upper Lake. Nice new wrought-iron fences and
railings gave a new look to the sites around the lakes.
Two fountains spring high amid the Upper Lake.
On May 1,
2006 it has been reopened as it is named after the First of
May Holiday. On that day, the weather was nice; many people
came to the park. Festivities were a success.
Let's take a walk around the lakes.
Bridges of Upper lake
make the embankment look nice
At last the fountain
“U Ozera (By the Lake)” Tavern is on
the beautiful shore of Upper lake, trimmed by the weeping
The tables of the tavern are
on the shore, out of
“U Ozera (By the Lake)” tavern offers European traditional dishes and
A canal connects Upper
Lake with Lower lake,
water is slowly flowing down from Upper to Lower lake. New bridges
span the banks of the canal. Bridges have no name, so far
fountain in Upper lake is seen straight ahead
the canal leads us to
Lower Lake on a hot July
a concert in the open
Kids admire the boat
Kids will enjoy the
tournament on Oct 16,2004 was breathtaking. The local club
of knights' fans displayed their skill and art.
Welcome to the park in winter
March 6,2005 Farewell to the winter, Russian Maslenitsa, a
big fire is exiting the kids
Minus 5, the guy is trying to climb up the pole to get the
prize atop. The traditional maslenitsa competition
Here it is the prize! Well done! Another he-man appeared in
To see more views of the park
Welcome to the Brest
The city park is 10 minutes’ walk away from the railway