Ulofa Palme Street
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Ulofa Pal'me Street (Russian: улица Улофа Пальме, romanised: úlitsa Úlofa Pál'me) is a street in Ramenki District, Western Administrative Okrug, Moscow. The street was named after Olof Palme, the assassinated Prime Minister of Sweden.
Effectively, Ulofa Pal'me Street is an extension of Universitetsky Prospekt, the latter ending at a crossroads with Mosfilmovskaya Street. Ulofa Pal'me Street runs further north-west downhill towards Setun River and turns to the right after crossing Dovzhenko Street.
Other streets named after Olof Palme
A considerable number of streets around the world have been named after Olof Palme, particularly in Sweden. See the disambiguation page Olof Palme Street and the Memorials section of the Olof Palme page for more information.
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