The village of Kendice lies in the northern part of the Košice basin in the valley of Torysa river. It is 9 km from the of Presov wich is capital city of region. The population is predominant for Christian religion. Thanks to their initiative and admission, a pilgrimage site was built on the hill above the village, which is often visited by tourists thanks to the shelter and the focal point. There is a hiking trail leading to the slope of Slanské Vrchy, starting at the place called Borkúť (near Prešov) and passing by the place named Furča, where there is a monument to rebellion of people ( 1831 ).
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The town park was opened in 1884 and it is one of the most beautiful and most valuable parks in Slovakia. It complements the character of the town with many rare trees, an artificial lake, a mini zoo and different leisure attractions for families. It has an area of 17 ha and it is created as an unusual mixture of French, English and landscape gardening styles. It is one of the popular relaxation places of the town and various national and international events take place here. Prominent personalities, such as Coburg – the Bugarian tsar, M.R. Štefánik and T.G. Masaryk, the president of the Czechoslovak Republic, visited the park in the past