The name of this square tells its own story – Central. On one side of the square lies the regional parliament building, and the government building of the Tyumen region lies on the other.
A statue of Vladimir Lenin stands in the center of the square—a standard feature for the centers of many Russian cities. Shady alleys, benches and a series of paths make the park a calm and peaceful place to rest. The park is a favorite place for political meetings and various young people’s movements. In the summer you will also see crowds of young people skating on roller skates or skateboards.
The Kolokolnikovs Estate Museum
National Park and Preserve Museum
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