The park was built in the beginning of XIX century on the area of 7 hectares.
There are few fountains, the main of which is situated in the center and all the alleys of the park meet there. In the park there is free Wi-Fi. Here is where the Pushkin monument is placed. This is a traditional place of rest, walks and meetings of the citizens. At the main entrance is the monument of the national hero Stefan the Great, which brought Moldova to the prosperity in the period of its independence in the years 1457-1504.
Stefan cel Mare Park - City park (former Pushkin) is a traditional place of rest, walks and meetings. This green tract in the centre of capital exists since 1818, and covers an area of over 7 hectares. The bust of A. S. Pushkin stands in the centre of the park on a granite column. The bronze is the work of sculptor A. M. Opekushin.
The Classics Alley is a famous sculptural complex in the Stefan cel Mare Park. Bonze busts of Moldovan writers and thinkers are installed on both sides of the alley. This alley is the favourite resting place of the many. Here you may see the monuments to the famous personalities: M.Eminescu, B.P. Hasdeu, N. Milescu-Spataru, V. Alecsandri, A. Mateevici, I. Creanga, etc.
This very nice and small park. The entrance to the park features a monument dedicated to Stefan cel Mare (Stephan the Great). It has minimum four interesting things to see: the fountain in the middle of the park; Stefan the Great and the Saint Monument; Stefan the Great and the Saint Public Garden with Calssics' Alley and Alexandr Pushkin Monument. What is more, it is always nice to seat and rest.:)
It is no surprise that the most central parc was named after the national Moldovan hero. There is a statue of the man in front of the parc. The parc itself is not big but it's good to get a quick rest from the city heat and to relax. Nice place.