At the junction of Powsińska and Okrężna streets there is a green recreational area called Armenian square .
After crossing the main gate from Okrężna street you'll instantly notice the large size stone cross, the khachkar, donated by the Republic of Armenia to Warsaw.
The whole area is surrounded with a high fence. Quite well-kept, with a lot of trees and shrubs.
There is a children's playground here with a cozy cottage, swings, a slide and a small spider's web for climbing. If you like, you can play table tennis here, however you need to bring your own equipment, since there is no rental. Football fans can enjoy free play on pretty cool prepared pitch with goals.
There are benches to sit on, as well as the ways prepared for the rollers. And - there are no crowds you usually see in larger parks, i.e. in Lazienki Park. Generally quiet, very nice place, especially for parents with small children.
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- right next to the park there is convenient parking space available