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Kenana Forest Park

Haskovo in Haskovo, Bulgaria
Kenana is the largest park on the territory of Haskovo Municipality (236.6 ha), located northeast of the town. Its main part is wooded. It boasts a variety of tree species. Interesting in dendrological terms are the ""small and large ground floor"", the rosarium, the dendrarium and the ""dry river"".

A wide promenade, 2.5 km long, passes through the park. It leads to the centre of the park composition - an artificial lake and a restaurant.

There are many pubs, hotels, swimming pools, an open-air cinema, a children's playground and sports facilities in the park. Here are the Haskovo tennis courts whose 8 equipped playgrounds and professional coaches offer excellent conditions for playing tennis and squash. Kenana is also the place where the zoo of the town of Haskovo is located. It spreads over 9 decare and has a huge number of different animal species. The Sivata Voda water reservoir is also located here.



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