Green urbanism for the city of Poltava is not an empty sound. Not only do we have a high saturation of alleys, parks and squares - 655 hectares of green space in the city - but we also have large public spaces to mitigate the impact of climate change on residents.
The arboretum with white swans, walking paths and a lilac grove, founded by the eminent surgeon Sklifosofsky, is a 10-minute drive from the city center. Sklifosofsky not only lived and worked in the city hospital for more than 20 years, but also was widely interested in plant breeding.
Poltava has its own botanical garden with, as it should be, rare plants, and 12 hectares of Victory Park in the city center near the Institute Hill still preserved oaks, which were planted by the decision of Kochubey. The fountains of the city and the light breeze, which is content thanks to the thoughtful planning taking into account the wind rose, guarantee the absence of sunstroke for you and your loved ones during excursions and your leisure in Poltava.