The Țaul Park is located near the Ţaul village, Donduseni district. Its area is 46.2 hectares. This is the largest park in the country, but also the park with the best landscape architecture design. The park was planted near the Pommer mansion – built between 1901 and 1912. The park area next to the mansion is the richest in species of decorative trees and shrubs of foreign origin, such as the Japanese Sophora, Spherical elm, Ash, Norway maple and Sycamore maple, spherical crown maple, pyramidal oak and others. Despite the fact that over the time the mansion has undergone minor restoration works, the Țaul complex is the best-preserved of all the buildings of the beginning of the 20th century.