This square is one of the most popular in Tyumen. Located between the two largest universities, it is always crowded with students and young people of the city. Formerly, the square was called Alexandrovskaya in honor of Tsesarevich (crown prince) Alexander Nikolayevich, who was passing through Tyumen. Its current name was received in 1967 thanks to the monument to the Fighters of the Revolution, established on the site of the mass grave, where the Red Army soldiers are buried. Another feature of the square is the Tree of Happiness, which, according to legend, fulfills wishes.
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