Komsomol Park
The monument to the great Russian writer N. Gogol (1809 – 1852) is near New Experimental Theatre. It was erected in 1910. The height of the granite pedestal is 2,6 m; sculptures height is 1,32 m.
The brother`s grave of the defenders of Tsaritsin in 1918 – 1919. It was erected in 1925.
The underground shelter was built in 1941 – 1942. The command headquarter was situated here.
Here the grave of General V.Glaskov is situated. He was the commander of the 35-th Division which defended Stalingrad. The Tomb was erected in 1959.
The Orthodox Chapel in honour of Urjupinsk Godmother.
On the territory of Komsomol Park you can find a very interesting place – Garden of Love. Beloved people and newly married couples often come here.
Entering the park you can see many locks on the banisters. The beloved lock their love and throw the keys away.
A bench of the beloved and a stone for fulfilling hopes.
A stone of good memory.
A water-fall of abundance with 3 sources: Belief (Vera), Hope (Nadezhda), Love (Lubov). Then you can see a lake of wisdom and a river of happy life.

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