Nikolskaya Street (Russian: Никольская улица) is a street in the Kitay-Gorod district, Moscow, Russia. It connects Red Square and Lubyanka Square. 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.
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.
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