The Pechersk Landscape Park
The Pechersk Park is a landscape park created in 1981 as a line of city parks along the banks of the river Dnieper. It was created while the memorial complex of the National museum of the history of World War II was being built. The territory of the park is 43,7hectares. The hils of the Dnieper were adjustd to the same shapes and sizes and the pathways were laid as well as the places for relaxation, stairs, flower beds and lawns. The regular planning is the heart of this composition. The architects were using the principe of symmetry. In the centra part of the park there was built the Spivoche Field in 1980s and a cascade of stairs leading to the Dniper queue. Since early 1990s this place has become a traditional spot for holding different exhibitions of flowers.