Linden alley is a park-monument of artistic landscaping of local importance in Ukraine. In 1928 Czech botanists collected and planted different varieties of linden tree here, which is why the alley blooms all throughout summer. The Alley is located on the right bank of the river Uzh and its length is 2.2 km. The Alley has about 300 lindens, planted in two rows. Near the western part of the Alley there’s a monument of landscape art called “Parterre Square”. Close to the eastern part you’ll find the natural landmark “Masaryk’s Ash tree.” Today it’s the longest linden alley in Europe and the third longest in the world