A new park was dedicated in Kotovsky Street on May Day of 2009.
It is called Jubilee Park.
This park adjoins the children's club.
It became very popular at once.
Kids will find a lot of pleasure here: a huge sliding hill, nice modern benches, a shooting gallery, etc.
Also, there is an open air bar for their parents.
After you relax in the local park, you can drop in at this small church located in a temporary building.
The building is a gift of the town mayor Mr.Vladimir Strook.
There is a construction site in the church yard, but it looks neglected. They began to build the basement, but the work seems to have stopped. The construction site is not fenced.
Therefore be careful when you approach the construction site.
The church is very small as you can see, but enough to house about fifty people at the liturgy.
The Feast Day of the church is on May 21 -
Feast of the Holy Great Sovereigns Constantine and Helen, Equal to the Apostles.
About their Feast Day
Saint Helena is also known as
Helena of Constantinople
(ca. 246/50 – ca. 330)
She was the consort of Emperor Constantius, and the mother of Emperor Constantine I.
She is traditionally credited with finding the relics of the True Cross.
Many locals visit this park just to sit at the bench and relax.
You cal also come here with empty plastic bottles to fill them at the Water Pavilion with free artesian water.
The artesian water is a gift to the town residents from its mayor Mr.Vladimir Strook.
The park is in Garden Street next to School # 53.