FUTOŠKI PARK dates back to the first decade of the 19th century. It was erected as the special purpose park around the Iodine Spa. The Park covers the area of 8 ha, 13 and 6 m2. The complex of facilities of the Iodine Spa that are found in the Park, together with its closest surroundings, was protected in 1986 as a monument of culture of high significance so that Futoški Park and Iodine Spa make a cultural-historical unit of great significance for the city. The Park tree flora is very rich. At the when the Park was regulated numerous exotic and autochthonous species were planted: plane trees, magnolia, swamp cypress, black and white pine, Pančić’s spruce, English oak, white poplar, etc. A pyramidal white poplar tree is particularly decorative. There are several thermal water springs in the Park.