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Park of Ivan Poddubny, Yeysk

(3.7/5 based on 45 reviews on the web)
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  • In the park there are two broad avenues of both outputs. First, on the part of the city centre, I remember pretty Caucasian Café and green flower. Here is a nice summer evening walk.
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  • When vacationing in Islamabad 2 times were chosen here. The park covers a large area and easily accessible from any point of Eysk. Kiddies there is very interesting. Lots of fun for any age, cafes, playgrounds, amusement. Not like just endless stalls. In the Park a lot of Greens, a lot of benches where you can sit, tracks, and even a mini zoo.
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  • Adult here doing absolutely nothing to: numerous tents with ice cream and cocktails, entertainment, etc-very good, but for children. Park seemed small, but covered with entertainment that run only during the summer season, when the influx of holidaymakers, especially children. In September, the Park is a sad sight: rides closed circle-silence, except the nature around and quiet-this is great for those who are tired of the bustle of the city. You can see a couple of interesting monuments: Peter and fevronia lovers, as well as a monument. For me there is nothing interesting in the Park, although who knows, maybe it should be evaluated in the summer season?
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