Uzhgorod’s Laudon arboretum was founded in 1886 and is named in honor of its founder, Ishtvan Laudon, a professor of the Uzhgorod gymnasium. The park contains about 20 species of trees. Here you’ll find trees from North and South America and Asia. There are also examples of the oldest tree species – ginkgo and also magnolia, swamp cypress, yew, Austrian black pine, beech, Japanese Cryptomeria and silver apricot.