Monstery Square is located right in front of the Holy Trinity Monastery, the primary creation of the Siberian bishop Philophey Leschinsky.
A monument in honor of prelate Philophey stands in the middle of the square. In the centre of the sculpture is a figure of the prelate. Above him hangs an arch crowned with a cross, symbolizing a chapel dome. In his right hand he holds a crosier, the symbol for the native peoples of Siberia and the Cossacks who conquered them. Prelate Philophey Square is a small park yet a very comfortable place to relax. The walls of the nearby monastery create a serene ambience for the park. In the spring when the apple trees are in blossom this park is one of the most magnificent places in Tyumen.
The Kolokolnikovs Estate Museum
National Park and Preserve Museum
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