Shabolovka Street

Moscow, Russia

Shabolovka Street

Shabolovka (Russian: Ша́боловка) is a street in the south of Moscow's city centre (located in Yakimanka, Donskoy, and Danilovsky districts), known since the middle of the 18th century. The street contains the notable features of the Shukhov Tower designed by Vladimir Shukhov in 1919, and built between 1920 and 1922, and the attached Broadcasting Centre in dom 37.

Shabolovka Street moves away from Kaluzhky Square stretching from Leninsky Prospekt (until 1957 named Kaluzhskaya Street) to Mytny Ulitsta finishing at the crossroads Supukhovsky Val.



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