It was constructed in honour of the victory of the Russian army over the Swedes in 1709 and was consecrated on July 15, 1856.
The rectangular stone building is crowned with a dome and four decorative corks in the corners.
The Column of Glory can be found in the middle of the park.
Around the park, there is a nineteenth century construction of the Poltava City Hall, as well as the cinema building, Poltava School of Arts, and many others.
If you have a free couple of days, plan a trip to Verholy Relax Park in Poltava.
The hotel and spa complex is a perfect place for a weekend getaway.
The best way to learn the history of Poltava is to go to the Field of the Great Poltava Battle.
The taste of halushky has impressed not only tourists, but also popular authors like Alexander Pushkin and Nikolai Gogol, who mentioned it in their works.
Ivanova Gora is a historical landmark and the most beautiful viewpoint in Poltava.
Archaeologists say this ancient city on the banks of the Vorskla River has existed since before the eighth century.
However, the most memorable site – the field of the Great Poltava Battle – is younger dating back to the eighteenth century.