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Addresses / Oktyabrskaya Embankment/Saint Petersburg, city
Bolshevikov Avenue

BOLSHEVIKOV AVENUE, a part of the central ring road lying between Kollontay Street and Oktyabrskaya Embankment. It was laid in the right-bank part of Nevsky District where names of streets are associated with the history of the revolutionary

Finlyandsky Railway Bridge

FINLYANDSKY RAILWAY BRIDGE, across the Neva River, on Finlyandskaya junction railway line. The bridge was built in 1910-13 (engineers N.A. Belelyubsky, G.G. Krivoshein, I.G. Alexandrov, architect V.P. Apyshkov)

Nevsky District

NEVSKY DISTRICT, an administrative and territorial unit of St. Petersburg, with its administration located at 163 Obukhovskoy Oborony Avenue. Formed in 1917, it was called Volodarsky District in 1920-49

Oktyabrskaya Embankment

OKTYABRSKAYA EMBANKMENT translated as October Embankment and known as Pravogo Berega Nevy Embankment before 1973. It runs between Zolnaya Street and Novosaratovka Settlement and crosses a number of settlements such as Klochki

Right Bank of the Neva River

RIGHT BANK OF THE NEVA RIVER, a general name of a vast territory on the right bank of the Neva River southwards from the Soyedinitelnaya railway line and the Okhta - Zanevsky Post stretch


RUSANOVKA, an area to the south-east boundary of St. Petersburg, at the end of Oktyabrskaya Embankment, on the site where the Utka River flows into the Neva. The region was named after landlords Rusanov

Utka, river

UTKA, a river southeast of Saint Petersburg, feeds into the Neva River from the right, meeting it near Heating Station No. 5. Named after manufacturer Utkin, which dates back to the 19th century

Utkina Zavod

UTKINA ZAVOD, a locality in southeast of Saint Petersburg, on the Neva River's right bank, just above the Utka River Estuary, along the Oktyabrskaya Embankment