Glory Park is a small cozy area in the town center surrouned by pyramidal poplar trees. There is an architectural complex called “To the Defenders of the Motherland” (the authors – V.V. Belousov and E.L. Korbal) with a memorial tank, cannons and the Eternal Flame in the park. There is also a fountain lighted by colorful lights at night. The objects at the square symbolize the elements – fire, water, air and earth. The chapel in memory of the victims of the World War II was erected at the square by the 65th anniversary of the Great Victory.
Before the revolution of 1917, today’s Glory Square was called “Priyutskaya” after the name of St. Nicholas (Priyutskaya) church and its almshouse.
You can ride rollers, bikes or just relax sitting on a bench in the park.