Audiotour

AudiotourMoscow. Ostozhenka

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  1. Audiotour overzicht
  2. Audiotour overzicht

    The road from the Kremlin towards Kiev, across the Krymsky Bridge, is one of the most ancient in Moscow. It passed the Zachatievsky Convent – which stood in open meadows in those days, where the King's horses grazed... and the haystacks gave their name to “Haystack Road” – “Ostozhenka” in Russian.
    In the mid-1930s the first line of the Moscow Metro was put through under Ostozhenka, using the cut-and-cover method. The whole street became a deep trench for a while, and after they covered it over, the street was renamed “Metrobuilders Street”. The historic name was returned to the street in the 1980s – one of the first in Moscow to get its old name back.
    These days Ostozhenka is the “Mayfair” of the Moscow “monopoly” board – this “golden mile” is Moscow's priciest real-estate, along the Ostozhenskaya & Prechistenskaya Embankments. Noblemens' C19th residences sit cheek-by-jowl with fashionable new developments from leading architects.

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    Foto: Ostozhenka, 2010 04.jpg, author Elisa.rolle, is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0

  3. 1 Statue of Friedrich Engels
  4. 2 Filatov's Mansion Apartments
  5. 3 1-y Obydensky pereulok
  6. 4 Ostozhenka Street
  7. 5 Ostozhenka 7
  8. 6 G.E. Broido's Apartment Mansion
  9. 7 The Church of Elijah The Prophet Obydenny
  10. 8 Soymonovsky proezd
  11. 9 Pertsov's Mansion Apartment Block
  12. 10 Levenson's Mansion
  13. 11 The Sandunovsky Baths Water Tower
  14. 12 Tsvetkovskaya Gallery
  1. Audiotour overzicht

    The road from the Kremlin towards Kiev, across the Krymsky Bridge, is one of the most ancient in Moscow. It passed the Zachatievsky Convent – which stood in open meadows in those days, where the King's horses grazed... and the haystacks gave their name to “Haystack Road” – “Ostozhenka” in Russian.
    In the mid-1930s the first line of the Moscow Metro was put through under Ostozhenka, using the cut-and-cover method. The whole street became a deep trench for a while, and after they covered it over, the street was renamed “Metrobuilders Street”. The historic name was returned to the street in the 1980s – one of the first in Moscow to get its old name back.
    These days Ostozhenka is the “Mayfair” of the Moscow “monopoly” board – this “golden mile” is Moscow's priciest real-estate, along the Ostozhenskaya & Prechistenskaya Embankments. Noblemens' C19th residences sit cheek-by-jowl with fashionable new developments from leading architects.

    Licenses: 

    Foto: Ostozhenka, 2010 04.jpg, author Elisa.rolle, is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0

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  • Путешественник

    5 out of 5 rating 08-15-2016

    есть тур на русском языке!

  • Путешественник

    2 out of 5 rating 01-26-2016

    нет на русском языке