"Nataliivka" is a relatively young palace and a park complex, created by a wealthy Ukrainian entrepreneur and philanthropist Pavel Kharitonenko (sponsor of the monument to Bogdan Khmelnytsky in Kiev) for his daughter Natali.
The uniqueness of the garden park zone is partly due to the extremely successful choice of place for its construction, which was carried out by the father of the owner. The natural beauty of pine trees and an oak grove (some of these oaks have already been over 300 years old) were supplemented with specially planted rare species. Even today, after several decades of complete decay, the park retains its charm and has more than 100 species of trees and shrubs.
Natali Park is worth visiting for seeing the interesting models of the XIX-XX centuries architecture (special attention is paid to the Spaska Church, the water tower and the entrance gate). Stroll through the shady alleys, pay attention to the exotic species of trees, as well as three hundred oak trees. By the way, in the Kharkiv region there are several settlements with the name Nataliivka – do not get lost."