Jan Kochanowski Park: Owing to the scenically meandering lanes, vast green areas, playground for children, and many species of trees and shrubs, the park is one of the residents’ favourite recreational areas. The park’s neighbour is the local Academy of Music, from the windows of which music flows and adds charm to walking. The most eagerly ”visited” sculpture in the park is the Archeress, placed in the park square opposite the Polski Theatre in 1960. In the 1970’s, on the initiative of the director of the Pomeranian Philharmonic Andrzej Szwalbe the establishment of the so-called music district was started. The park and the vicinity of the Pomeranian Philharmonic were successively beautified with sculptures of composers and virtuosos (e.g. F. Chopin, I. Paderewski, S. Moniuszko, H. Wieniawski, G. Bacewicz). The park also features several natural phenomena: black poplar, Italian alder, red horse chestnut, and common oak.