:( Oops. We determined that there are untranslated content. Can use the automatic translation.



Gogolevsky Boulevard

Gogolevsky Boulevard

Famous Boulevard Ring was formed by ten boulevards that resembled something of a horseshoe in shape, the "heels" of which ended at the Moscow River's embankments. One of these avenues is Gogolevsky Boulevard.

Gogolevsky Boulevard, near Kropotkin Metro Station and Kropotkin Square, used to be the location of Belyi Gorod's Chertolsky Gates, which in 1658 were named the Prechistensky after the street that lead to the icon of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Novodevichy Monastery. Prior to 1924, the boulevard was called Pretchistensky but was renamed Gogolevsky. The boulevard ends at Arbat Square, one of the oldest squares in Moscow. 

A comment to the object «Gogolevsky Boulevard»