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The avenue originated in 1738 when the forest was cleared to make a trail from Nevsky Prospekt to a foundry (est. 1711) at the banks of Neva River. The Russian word "liteyny" means "metal casting" as an adjective, hence the street name.
- No. 4 – the Big House, former NKVD building, currently local city government office.
- No. 14 – the 19th-century Varvara Dolgoruky mansion.
- No. 24 – Muruzi House with Joseph Brodsky apartment.
- No. 36 – Nekrasov Museum.
- No. 37 – Department of Crown Domain ('Dom departamenta udelov'), 1840s, Harold Bosse.
- No. 42 – former Zinaida Yusupova mansion, currently St. Petersburg Institute of International Trade, Economics and Law.
- No. 56 – Mariinsky Hospital (built by Giacomo Quarenghi).