Kasprowicz Park is the largest urban park in Szczecin. Along with the Park Forest Arkona form nature and landscape "Parks Kasprowicz team-Arkoński" with a total area of almost 100 hectares. It is one of favorite vacation spots of Szczecin. It was founded in 1900 and was named Quistorp Park in honor of Johannes Heinrich Quistorp, who gave the city adjacent areas. The park is located on the slopes of the Valley Niemierzyńska the lake Rusalka and a marginal portion of the Forest Wkrzańska. In the north, adjacent to the Garden Dendrological them. Stefan Kownasa. In the park there are numerous species of trees that are rare in Poland. In 1976. It was built amphitheater for about 4,500 places. At the turn of the century in the immediate vicinity of the amphitheater, a sculpture placed "Fire Birds" (1975) by Hasior. September 3, 1979 r. Deed monument was unveiled by Gustav Zemła Poles. In 2007, the reconstructed "Różanka" dwuhektarowy garden founded in 1928, on the occasion of the exit gardeners. The attraction of the garden is the "Bird Fountain" with sculptures of birds reconstructed by the German artist Kurt Schwerdtfeger.