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Adamivka Resort Park

Adamivka (formerly known as Resort Park) is a nationally significant park and landscape art monument in Ukraine. It is located on the territory of the city of Truskavets Lviv region – in the central part of the city. The park covers an area of 60.98 hectares. The maximum height above sea level is 400 metres. Truskavets Park was founded in 1895. The location has pronounced features of the English park style.

The park was named Adamivka in honour of Adam Sapega, one of the most active initiators of its reconstruction. It is believed that the English style of the park was created by gardener Józef Jabłonski, who planted a large number of both typical and exotic trees for this area.

Курортний парк «Адамівка» у Трускавці

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A brief overview of Truskavets Resort Park

🗺 Location N49°16′23″ E23°30′00″
🔰 Date of establishment 1895
🌳 Included in the list of objects of the nature reserve fund of national significance 07/29/2020
🗾 Park area 60.98 ha
🧭 Distance from the center of Truskavets Near
🚙 Road for Auto and on foot
🏕 Stop with a tent No
🏡 Housing nearby Truskavets
☕ Cafes and shops Truskavets
🌍 Address Boryslavska street, 1
🕒 Work schedule 24/7

History of Adamivka

Adamivka was founded back in 1895. During the first 8 years of the park’s foundation, a lot of work was done to improve it. During this time, more than 14 kilometres of gravel paths were laid from the central road of Adamivka. Subsequently, numerous mineral springs in the park were equipped with wooden capped structures made in the Art Nouveau style with elements of the Zakopane style.

Adam Sapieha and Józef Jabłonski played a significant role in the creation and arrangement of the park. Adam Sapieha was a well-known Polish aristocrat and cardinal of the Catholic Church. He was the main initiator of the park’s creation. Józef Jablonski was a famous professional gardener. It was thanks to his efforts and talent that the park was ennobled to the highest standards of gardening art, equipped with a large number of local and exotic plants, which gave it a unique English aristocratic style.

Throughout the history of Adamivka Park, it has been constantly decorated with new monuments, walking galleries and other attractions.

From the beginning of its creation, according to the rules of Austro-Hungarian resort development, the park was divided into four terraces. Thus, the upper part of the forest park next to the Maria spring was equipped with an English-style park, which was already called Adamivka in honour of the aforementioned owner of the resort, Adam Sapega. Later, this name was extended to the entire park. In addition, on the 100th anniversary of the birth of the Polish poet Adam Mickiewicz (1798-1855), a monument to him was erected in this park (sculptor Tadeusz Baroncz). A little later, in 1900, a sculpture of the Mother of God was erected near the Bronislava spring at the expense of one of the resort’s patients. She was and remains a symbol of the blessing of this incredibly beautiful area.

Each of the four terraces of Adamivka Park was once equipped with wonderful walking galleries next to the springs. Even in those distant times, scientists proved the fact that constant walks in the fresh air are very useful for achieving the maximum healing effect of healing springs.

The first such covered wooden gallery in the Art Nouveau style was built back in 1896, designed by Lviv architect Vladyslav Halytskyi, next to the Maria spring. The next similar structure was a pavilion built a little later with elements of the Zakopane style next to the Naftusya spring.

The galleries offered a cosy atmosphere even in the rain and strong winds. These magnificent wooden galleries have not survived to this day, but active work is underway to restore them.

During the Soviet era, the park continued to grow and be improved. In particular, in the middle of the 20th century, the lower part of Adamivka was decorated with a round gazebo, which was called the musical gazebo. In 1959, under the roof of this gazebo, an orchestra from Yaroslavl performed the melodies of famous composers for the first time. Since then, and to this day, musical compositions are performed here every evening.

More than a hundred years of Adamivka Park’s existence has been accompanied by a lot of active work on its improvement and arrangement. New paths and alleys are constantly being laid, new trees and shrubs are being planted. To adapt the plants to the microclimate of the park, they were kept for some time in Germany, where the climate is similar to the foothills of the Carpathians. Greenhouses were constructed in the park, where some of the plants were transferred in winter.

Among the flora of Adamivka Park, you can admire tulip trees, Weymouth, Crimean and black pines, Japanese sophoras, rose roses, Amur velvet, sakura, magnolias and other rare plants.

Therefore, it is not surprising that in 1984 Adamivka Park was granted the status of a monument of landscape art. And already in the years of independence, namely on 29 July 2020, Adamivka was included in the list of objects of the nature reserve fund of national importance.

Detailed description of the park

Although Adamivka Park is located in the very centre of Truskavets, it is an extremely calm place for relaxation. The incredible energy and nature of this place relieve stress, improve your health and fill you with good mood. You can get here absolutely free of charge to take a walk, breathe clean air and drink healing spring water.

A visit to Adamivka Park is a great way to improve your health with the help of herbal medicine and open-air ozone therapy. Located at an altitude of 350-400 m above sea level with a moderately hilly landscape and well-maintained paths, it is an ideal place for Nordic walking and strolls.

Thanks to rare plants from different parts of the world, the air in the park is saturated with ozone, oxygen and wonderful aromas.

Rest and relaxation in Adamivka Park are also provided by shady alleys, comfortable benches, a well-groomed landscape and a real pearl of Truskavets – a small picturesque lake with ducks. Here, you can forget about the hustle and bustle of the city, and the air is filled with the sound of foliage and the melodious chirping of birds. Entire flocks of squirrels run around the park, which children love to hand-feed.

The Adamivka Park has a large number of terrenkurs – special paths for hiking in the mountainous terrain for the purpose of recreation. Terrenkur walking is one of the most effective methods of sanatorium treatment. Its use in combination with the consumption of local healing mineral water has a positive effect on the respiratory, cardiovascular and nervous systems.

In Adamivka Park, you can taste healing mineral water from six springs located here;

  • Mariya (No. 1);
  • Bronislava (No. 3);
  • Sofiya (No. 2);
  • Yuzya (No.11);
  • Ferdinanda (No.7);
  • Edwarda (No.6).

Another attraction of the park is a large collection of group, individual, narrative and symbolic sculptures that have become popular photo zones in Truskavets. In addition to the aforementioned statue of the Mother of God and the bust of Adam Mickiewicz, Adamivka is also popular with tourists and holidaymakers for its sculptural composition Mavka and Lukash (based on Lesya Ukrainka’s poetic play The Forest Song) and a picturesque fountain with a statue of a woman near the Yuzya spring.

Rules for visiting Adamivka Park

When visiting Adamivka Park, it is worth remembering that it is a monument of landscape art that is under state protection.

The park is subject to strict prohibitions on:

  • lighting a fire;
  • cutting off branches from trees;
  • plucking flowers and plants;
  • walking on lawns and flower beds;
  • destruction of bushes, trees and shrubs;
  • unauthorised mowing and planting.

In addition, it is not allowed to dig trenches and pits in the park, fill in water bodies, create dams, place billboards, shops, trade tents, etc.

It is also worth noting that vehicles have been banned from driving through Adamivka Park since 1908. Instead, the park offers a horse taxi, which is very popular with children.

How to get to the central park of Truskavets?

 Walking route

🔰 Start From the Truskavets History Museum
🚶 Walking distance 850 m
🕒 Approximate time 12 minutes
⬆ Rise Mostly without ups and downs

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Курортно-готельний комплекс «Свитязь»
25 Sukhovolya St., Truskavets
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from 1780₴/day
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