Prospect Peremohy (roadway)
Prospect near the Povitroflotskyi overpass
|Native name||Проспект Перемоги ‹See Tfd›(in Ukrainian)|
|Former name(s)||Brest-Lytovskyi prospect|
|Namesake||the 40th anniversary of the victory of the Soviet people in the Great Patriotic War|
|Length||11.8 km (7.3 mi)|
|Width||4-5 lanes each way|
|Area||Shuliavka, Hrushky, Kazenni dachi, Galagany, Nyvky, Svyatoshyn, Bilychi|
|Postal code||01135, 03047, 03056, 03057, 03062, 03113, 03115, 03179, 03680, 04116|
|Northwest end||Brest-Lytovske highway|
|Southeast end||Peremohy Square|
Prospect Peremohy (Ukrainian: Проспект Перемоги) is the second longest public roadway (prospekt) in Kiev, Ukraine. The roadway was created in the second half of the 20th century (1964) as part of the urbanized area of the Brest-Lytovske highway and was known as Brest-Lytovskyi prospect. At the beginning of the Soviet perestroika period, in 1985 it was renamed to current name.
Originally being terminated at the Povitroflotskyi overpass, in 1985, when it was renamed, the prospect was extended all the way to the Peremohy Square which until 1985 was part of boulevard Tarasa Shevchenka.
Along the streets are located various important institutions of government, education and culture.
It is part of the former M06 business route (currently rerouted along the Kiev Great Ring Road). Along the prospect are located several overpasses and bridges (Povitroflotskyi, Shuliavskyi, over the Railway crossing, Kovelskyi, over the Great Ring road, and Havanskyi bridge). There are also six metro stations of the Sviatoshynsko–Brovarska line as well as three railway stations.
- #10 – Ministry of Education and Science
- #14 – Ministry of Infrastructure
- #13 – Sky Towers
- #32 – Kiev Zoo
- #34 – Bogomolets National Medical University
- #37 – Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute
- #44 – Dovzhenko Film Studios
- #49/2 – Bilshovyk Factory (formerly Greter and Kryvanek Co.)
- #50 – "Presa Ukrayiny" Publishing
- #54 – Hetman National Economic University
- #67 – Kyiv Machinebuilding Factory "Verkon"
- #82 – Park "Nyvky"
- #83 – ATEK
- #97 – Svyatoshynskyi District Administration (Kiev city)
- #100 – Antonov Serial Production Plant (formerly Aviant)
- #123 – In 1947 the clothing factory "Kashtan" was launched; it was one of the biggest producer of men's shirts in the USSR.
- #126 – Kiev-Sviatoshyn Raion Administration
- Kashtan, Kiev garment factory - Encyclopedia of Modern Ukraine // © 2014-2016 the NASU Institute of Encyclopaedic Research
Ukrainian: Каштан Київська швейна фабрика - Енциклопедія Сучасної України // ©2014-2016 Інститут енциклопедичних досліджень НАН України
- "Dilovyi Visnyk" (Business Journal), 2005, #6 (133), p. 14, ISSN 1680-3310
Russian: «ДЕЛОВОЙ ВЕСТНИК (Діловий вісник)», 2005, № 6 (133), с. 14, ISSN 1680-3310
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