Svetlogorsk Promenade

Ruslan Shamukov/TASS

In the summer, the whole town is out on the beachfront promenade, strolling, sitting in outdoor cafés, or feeding the seagulls, lured inshore by the smell of food. At the foot of the central stairway, leading down to the sea, one will find one of Svetlogorsk's landmarks, a mosaic-encrusted sundial 10 metres (33 feet) in diameter, created by local sculptor Nikolay Frolov in the 1970s. Another landmark on the promenade is the bronze Nymph, sculpted by an artist from the other shores of the Baltic Sea, Hermann Brachert. Svetlogorsk plans to extend its rather short promenade by 2019, so that its total length exceeds one kilometre (3 feet).