95th Quarter – Horkyi Square
95th Quarter is an area in Kryvyi Rih, that is located on the border of Saksahanskyi and Dzerzhynsky districts, on the left bank of the Saksahan river. The center of the Quarter is Horkyi Square, that was formed by the intersection of Haharin, Metalurhiv, Myr Avenues and Volhohradska Street. Square of the 95th Quarter is a popular meeting place for the city residents due to the favorable geographical location and convenient transport interchange. 95th Quarter became the name for the famous KVN (Club of the Cheerful and Sharp-Witted) team and in the future for the most known Ukrainian project "Studio Quarter 95."
It is the biggest flower clock in Europe. There is an interactive historical museum inside the clock. The clock was created in the framework of the project "City without outskirts". A remarkable construction took place among the park of Heroes made in the European style at Metalurhiv Avenue. The emblem of the city of Kryvyi Rih on a dark green background became the basis of the clock composition. Figure is created with the use of 22 thousand flowers of 6 species.
Kryvyi Rih Botanical Garden located in Ternivskyi district of Kryvyi Rih city of Dnipropetrovsk oblast. The garden is a state, budget, non-profitable research institution, which was founded to organize a creative work of scientists group and solve topical issues for development of basic and applied researches in the field of biological science. The area of Kryvyi Rih Botanical Garden is 52,4 hectares. It is under the authority of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. The botanical garden is an object of natural-reserved fund of Ukraine of nationwide importance. Since 2004, according to the order of the Cabinet of Ministers, the collection of wood and shrubby plants (arboretum) is recognized as a national property of Ukraine.
Boating station was built in the middle of the XX century on the left river bank in the park named after newspaper "Pravda" and was opened in May, 1957. The architect Vasyl Sumaneiev and the sculptor Leonid Perzha worked at the station pavilion. Anatolii Yaroshenko and Viacheslav Chyzh were engaged in molding. Boating station is a must-see place for newlyweds. Not a dozen weddings passed through this corner of Kryvyi Rih. People could buy postcards, stamps and photos of the object at any post office. In summer, at the station one can rent of boats and catamarans . At the moment, thanks to the city authorities, the boating station is enrolled to the architectural sights at the city level.
Karl Marx Avenue
Karl Marx Avenue is located in the Tsentralno-Miskyi district of Kryvyi Rih. This is one of the ancient streets of the city, created in the last quarter of the XVIII century. The avenue is situated in the central part of a historical core of Kryvyi Rih and starts from Lenina Street (formerly Mykolaivska Street), passes through Vyzvolennia Square. Further it goes along the left bank of Saksahan river, parallel to the old channel. Total length of the avenue is 3 km.