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Znesinnia Park is a regional landscaped forest park located in northeastern Lviv. It was established in 1993 for the preservation of the singular natural ridge formation and the outlying, adjacent territories of the ancient settlements of Znessinia and Kryvchytsi. The park is abundant in monuments natural, architectural, and archeological. The territory where the park is now located has been a popular recreation destination since the close of the 18th century, when it was known as Lonszanivka and, alternatively, the Kaiserwald. In 1971 a skansen – or open air museum – called Shevchenkivskyi Hai (Shevchenko Grove) was established here.