Nikolskaya Street

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Nikolskaya Street
Никольская улица
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Location Moscow, Russia

Nikolskaya Street (Russian: Никольская улица) is a street in the Kitay-Gorod district, Moscow, Russia.[1] It connects Red Square and Lubyanka Square.[2] Notable buildings located on Nikolskaya Street include the Monastery of the Holy Saviour and the former Holy Synod Printing Offices, Russia's first publishing house.[1]

Before 1935 the street had name "Stetenskaya". At 1935 (until 1990) was named "The Street of the 25th of October". At 2013 the street was made pedestrian.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Nikolskaya Ulitsa". Michelin World Guide. Michelin. Retrieved 13 August 2013. 
  2. ^ Budrys, Aleksandras (4 April 2013). "Moscow to get another pedestrian street next to Kremlin". The Moscow News. Retrieved 13 August 2013.