Victory Park

  Gvardeisky pr.     more than a year ago
Located about 1km to the west of the House of the Soviets and Kant Island, the decidedly charming Victory Park was officially opened in May 2000 and is based around a now cut-off section of the Pregolya River. Aside from being a very picturesque spot for an afternoon dander or lounge, though, the park is also home to a number of the city's major historical sights: the Ausfahl Gate & St. George's Chapel; the Railway Gate; the Scout Soldiers monument and the Victory Park War Memorial (which marks a mass grave of the Red Army). It is also within 5mins walk of the 1200 Guardsmen monument, the First World War monument and the Astronomical Bastion.


Open 24hrs.

Price/Additional Info

Admission free.


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