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Tretyakovsky Proyezd after the 2013 renewal
|Native name||Третьяковский проезд|
Central Administrative Okrug
|Nearest metro station||Lubyanka|
Tretyakovsky Proyezd or Tretyakov Drive (Russian: Третьяковский проезд) is a short street with boutiques and shops with many luxury goods located in Kitai-gorod in Moscow and known as one of the most expensive shopping areas in the world.
The mediaeval-looking archway onto Theatre Drive was designed by architect Alexander Kaminsky (1829–1897) in 1871. The project was financed by Kaminsky's brother-in-law, Pavel Mikhailovich Tretyakov, who was also the founder of the Tretyakov Gallery.
The Tretyakovs' frustration over a blockage on Nikolskaya Street is said to have inspired them to buy the land and revive a Middle Ages thoroughfare from Nikolskaya to the Theatre Drive, across the former Kitai-gorod wall.
Shops and showrooms
- Tom Ford
- Ermenegildo Zegna
- Ralph Lauren
- Dolce and Gabbana
- Pirogi na Nikolskoi (Café)
- Roberto Cavalli
- Yves Saint Laurent
- Tretyakov Lounge (Restaurant)
- Tiffany and Co
- Tretyakov Spa by Anne Semonin
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