Parks on plan

Izabela and Jarogniew Drwęski Park


It lies south of Królowej Jadwigi Street, between the streets Górna Wilda and Topolowa. It was created in the 1950's on the grounds of a former evangelical cemetery belonging to St Peter's parish, making use of the handsome old trees that grew there. It covers an area of 4.5 ha. The park's most picturesque feature is the steep scarp near Górna Wilda Street with its appealing small garden architecture. In the winter the western part of the scarp is used as a toboggan course. On the western edge of the park there is a monument of the Heroes of the Great Poland Insurrection.

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