Park Mladen Stojanović is the largest city park in Banja Luka, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is located in the local community of Rosulje, between the streets Dr. Mladen Stojanović and the Boulevard of the Serbian Army, and occupies an area of ​​10 ha with beautiful vegetation. During the whole year, the park lives "to the fullest". Concerts are held, it is a meeting place for both professional and recreational athletes, children's activities attract many children and their companions, and it is certainly known for the tennis courts of TK "Mladost", where the international ATP challenger tournament "Banjaluka Open" is held.

The park was named after the famous doctor and national hero from the Second World War, Dr. Mladen Stojanović. His parents were from Orthodox priestly families and had eight children. Mladen completed his medical studies in Vienna, and upon his return to Prijedor in 1930, he treated the poor for free, often giving them money for the journey home. He was killed on April 2, 1942, but he remained a symbol of love and care for people.

In the park there are tennis courts TK "Mladost", a cycling or running track, a bocce court, table tennis tables, a basketball and indoor soccer field, a tennis wall, outdoor exercise equipment, children's playgrounds, a chess board, fountain and also a catering facility within the central tennis court and administrative premises of TK "Mladost". One of the symbols of the park is the atomic shelter built in the very "heart" of the park. The promotion of recreational sports is also supported by the traditional annual event "Fitness to health", where citizens can practice fitness for free with professional trainers for a period of one and a half days. During the year, concerts, running schools and a number of other fun and recreational activities are held here.

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