Uzhgorod’s rock garden is a small analogue of Kyiv’s Volodymyr Hill. The rock garden is covered with remnants of natural volcanic rock. There is also a monument to artists Bokshai and Erdeli, founders of the Transcarpathian school of painting. The monument was installed in 1999 in honor of the city’s 1106th birthday. At the top of the garden there’s an artificial hill made of yellow limestone. From this formation a stream originates that flows into a pond whose outline resembles the borders of the Hungarian kingdom. The garden is home to boxwood, juniper, cedar, pine, spruce, birch as well as alpine and sub-alpine grasses and flowers.