The Kuntsevo Cemetery is a cemetery servicing Kuntsevo, Moscow. It is located on the bank of the Setun River, to the south of the Mozhaisk Highway (the continuation of the Kutuzovsky Prospekt). The local five-domed church was commissioned in 1673 by Artamon Matveyev. The cemetery is administered as part of the Novodevichy Cemetery complex.
- Anatoly Rybakov
- Georgy Malenkov, Premier of the Soviet Union
- Leonid Gaidai
- Valeri Kharlamov
- Nadezhda Mandelshtam
- Mark Naimark, Soviet mathematician
- Mamuka Kikaleishvili
- Larisa Shepitko
- Lyubov Sokolova
- Ramón Mercader, the murderer of Leon Trotsky
- Varlam Shalamov, Russian poet and writer, Gulag survivor
- Kim Philby, English-Soviet double agent
- Paul Tatum
- Iskhak Razzakov, leader of the Communist Party of Kyrghyz SSR, reburied at the Ala Archa Cemetery, Bishkek in 2000
- Tankho Israelov, dancer, choreographer, People's Artist of the USSR
- Tatyana Tess (Tatyana Tass, Татьяна Тесс), Soviet writer, journalist, scenarist
- Trofim Lysenko
- Vsevolod Bobrov,
- Glenn Michael Souther (aka Mikhail Yevgenyevich Orlov), a spy inside the United States Navy who defected to Soviet Union 
- Morris Cohen, spy
- Lona Cohen, his wife, spy
- Kirill A. Yevstigneyev, Major General
- Yuri Trifonov
- Yuri Vizbor
- ^ a b "Kuntsevo Cemetery at Kim Philby’s Grave", Passport Moscow magazine
- ^ a b c d e f g h i List of interred at Find A Grave
- ^ "Они тоже гостили на земле... Наймарк Марк Аронович (1909-1978)". nec.m-necropol.ru. Retrieved 2016-09-01.
- ^ "Lyubov Sokolova" at Find A Grave
- ^ Imaging Russia 2000: film and facts By Anna M. Lawton p. 105 at Google Books
- ^ Central Eurasian Studies Review, 2007, vol. 6, no. 1/2
- ^ Bio of sculptor Lyubov Muravyeva (Lyubov Muravyeva) who created a monument to Tatyana Tess
- ^ An excerpt The Moscow Times, Jule 12, 2000
- ^ "KGB Says Defector Killed Self Over Psychological Problems;`He ... Displayed a Nervous State of Mind'". The Washington Post. June 29, 1989.
- ^ Fein, Esther B. (June 28, 1989). "Defector to Moscow Is Dead; Work for K.G.B. Is Lauded". the New York Times. Retrieved May 7, 2010.
- ^ Ronald Kessler (1992). The Spy in the Russian Club: How Glenn Souther Stole America’s Nuclear War Plans and Escaped to Moscow. Pocket. ISBN 978-0-671-73890-7.
Coordinates: 55°42′28″N 37°25′0″E / 55.70778°N 37.41667°E