Tula's central park of culture and rest is named after the doctor Pyotr Belousov who was born and lived in the Tula Governorate. It is one of the largest parks in Europe. The park is popular among locals and has several cafes, amusements and sporting venues, plus a small beach and a small zoo. In addition there are also several monuments here, including war memorials, busts of Pyotr Belousov and Sergey Yesenin and a statue of Vikenti Veresaev, another local doctor, which stands outside the park on Pervomayskaya Ulitsa. Also located in the park are World War II era trenches.
|Location||between Ulitsa Pervomaiskaya and Prospekt Lenina|