Tivat – Tivat parliament at the session last week made decision on forming a special board for protection of large City park.
Task of that board of nine members is to take care on realization of all kinds of protection of park as protected property and to suggest measures of its qualitative renewal, take care on the best management of City park that will this unique botanic complex be used in the most proper way and to previously approves all actions taking part in the park.
Although borders of the City park are some fifty meters from sea its all complex of about four hectares is included in zone of sea wealth, for which in the board will be one representative of JP “Morsko dobro”.
City park in Tivat was made in 1892 at property of once noble families Radali and Verona.
Its official name is Navy park for it was raised on order of than chief of staff of Austro-Hungarian Navy, Admiral Maximilian Daubleski fon Sternik who wished to make lovelier surrounding of just built Arsenal as shipyard and base of Austro-Hungarian fleet at Tivat.
Sternek even ordered to all captains of Austro-Hungarian war vessels that at return to Tivat from various cruises all over the world bring with them samples of flora characteristic for regions they visited, as to be planted in the new park.
In that way was created the largest and the riches botanic garden at South Adriatic where even today grow rare and valuable flora of which are some as Chile fir, unique examples in Europe.
Along the rich flora Tivat park in architectonic details built according similar parks in Europe and according rules of horticulture and for its exquisite beauty and plenty of flora park was in 1968 proclaimed protected property and reported to central Registrar of Republic Institute for protection of nature.