Gogolevsky Boulevard

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Coordinates: 55°44′56″N 37°36′0″E / 55.74889°N 37.60000°E / 55.74889; 37.60000

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The rich architecture of Gogolevsky Boulevard

Gogolevsky Boulevard (Russian: Гоголевский бульвар) is a boulevard near the Arbat District, Moscow, Russia, named after the writer Nikolai Gogol.

The boulevard begins next to the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, and is the beginning of the Boulevard Ring. The boulevard runs north-east and ends at the Arbat Square, from where it continues as Nikitsky Boulevard.