Arbor-vitaes and spruces in the city park will be replaced by new trees

Former Lenin Park in Banská Bystrica, recognized as a national cultural monument, is going through timber felling.

(Source: MsÚ)

The city park on Tajovského Street in Banská Bystrica is recognised as a national cultural monument. It was formerly known as Lenin Park.

The park is undergoing timber felling, while the cut trees are to be replaced by 47 new trees as written in the MY Bystrica weekly, citing Dominika Mojžišová from the Banská Bystrica city hall. ​

"The timber felling should happen during the vegetation rest period, which is March 31 at the latest. This would be enough time before the birds begin building their nests," Mojžišová added.

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