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Vladimir Putin and his spouse Lyudmila with US President George W. Bush and his spouse Laura at Novo-Ogaryovo on 24 May 2002

Novo-Ogaryovo (Russian: Ново-Огарёво), also Novo-Ogarevo, is an estate in the Odintsovsky District of Moscow Oblast, located by the Rublyovo-Uspenskoye Highway, and is the suburban residence of the President of Russia, officially recognized in 2000.

Novo-Ogaryovo was constructed in the first half of the 1950s on the foundation of a 19th-century villa, at the behest of Georgy Malenkov, using his architect daughter design.[1] Construction work was under way when Malenkov was removed from his position in 1955, and the place was then used as a gosdacha, a "state dacha", or vacation retreat for housing guests, for receptions, and as a workplace for various government committees.

Since 1991, Novo-Ogaryovo has been reserved as a government residence, mostly unused until it was renovated by Russian President Vladimir Putin in 2000. A six-meter-high wall surrounds the Presidential residence.

In October 2012, Putin announced his intention to work at Novo-Ogaryovo to avoid commuting into Moscow, due to the city's extensive traffic congestion; however, if necessary, he will commute to the Kremlin via helicopter as of May 2013.[2][3]

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Coordinates: 55°43′55″N 37°11′48″E / 55.73194°N 37.19667°E / 55.73194; 37.19667


  1. ^ Moscow News, November 8, 2000, an online reprint (in Russian)
  2. ^ Weir, Fred (18 October 2012). "Vladimir Putin Joins Pajama Workforce, Decides to Work From Home". The Christian Science Monitor. Retrieved 18 October 2012. 
  3. ^ "Fly Me to the Kremlin: Putin to Commute to Work by Chopper". Russia Today. 13 May 2013. Retrieved 22 March 2017. 

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