Hrushevsky Street (Kiev)
Hrushevskyi street near Mariinsky Park (2011)
|Former name(s)||I. Mazepa st.|
|Length||1,540 m (5,050 ft)|
|south end||Arsenal Square|
|north end||European Square|
It is named after Ukrainian academician, politician, historian, and statesman Mykhailo Hrushevskyi. Mykhailo Hrushevskyi wrote his first academic book titled: "Bar Starostvo: Historical Notes: XV-XVIII" about the history of Bar, Ukraine. 
Mykhailo Hrushevskyi Street is located in the government quarter Lypky neighborhood of the Pecherskyi District. It houses the Supreme Council Building, Government Building and the Parliamentary Library. It is adjacent to Mariinsky Park which contains Constitution Square.
The street acts as a border between the Pechersk and Lypky neighborhoods. At the European Square this street connects to Old Kiev. There is a noticeable ascend that starts at the European Square and continues on all the way to intersection with Garden Street next to the Government Building.
The street was established sometime in 1810s as part of bigger Alexander Street which included such modern streets like Sahaidachny Street, Volodymyr Descent, Museum Lane. The street was established along an old Ruthenian path called "Ivanivsky Road." After the return of the Soviets to Kiev in 1919, the whole Alexander Street was renamed as Revolution street. After transfer of capital from Kharkiv to Kiev in 1934, the street was split and the today's Hrushevskyi portion was renamed as Kirov Street.
- Peter's Alley
- Museum Lane
- Serf's Lane (Kriposny provulok)
- Garden Street
- Silken Street
- Linden Street
- Constitution Square (pedestrian plaza)
- Khreshchaty Park
- City Park
- Mariinsky Park
- Kiev Academic Puppet Theatre
- Valeriy Lobanovskyi Dynamo Stadium
- Monument to Valeriy Lobanovsky
- Monument to Grigory Petrovsky (demolished in 2009)
Research institutions and museums
- Water information center
- National Art Museum of Ukraine
- Ostap Vyshnia Library
- National Parliamentary Library of Ukraine
- National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine building
- Institute of History of Ukraine
- Taras Shevchenko Institute of Literature
- Oleksandr Potebnia Institute of Language Studies
- All-Ukrainian Society of Regional Researchers
- Ukrainian Association of historians of science
- Library of Supreme Council of Ukraine
- Central House of Officers (Armed Forces of Ukraine, formerly House of Red Army)
- Central Museum of Armed Forces of Ukraine (formerly Historical Museum of Kyiv District Troops)
- Library of the Cultural, educational and welfare center of Armed Forces of Ukraine
- Society of Officers of Ukraine
- Budynok Uryadu
- Embassy of China, Kiev
- Verkhovna Rada building
- Hotel Kyiv
- Kudrytskyi, A. V. (1982). Kyiv, A historical overview (in Ukrainian). Kyiv: Ukrainian Soviet Encyclopedia.
- Galina Savchuk, The Streets of Kyiv, (Kiev, 1996).
- Streets and squares of Kiev in times of Soviet and German occupations. OUN-UPA website.
- The Fifth Floor. BBC. 28 November 2014
- Police attempts to dismantle barricade on Kyiv's Hrushevskyi Street. Kyiv Post. 21 January 2014
- Englund, W. Ukrainian president, opposition leaders in talks after violent clashes escalate. Washington Post. 22 January 2014
- Hrushevskyi, M., Bar Starostvo: Historical Notes: XV-XVIII, St. Vladimir University Publishing House, Bol'shaya-Vasil'kovskaya, Building no. 29-31, Kyiv, Ukraine, 1894; Lviv, Ukraine, ISBN 5-12-004335-6, pp. 1 – 623, 1996.
- 15 journalists injured in clashes on Hrushevskoho Street
- Hrushevskyi Street at the Kyiv web-encyclopedia (Ukrainian).