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Addresses / Zanevsky Avenue/Saint Petersburg, city
Faberge Company

FABERGE COMPANY is a jewelry company, founded in 1842 by Gustav Faberge, master of diamond business (1814-94). The Company was located at Bolshaya Morskaya Street; before 1854 at No.11; in 1854-1900 at No.16; and from 1900 – at No

Kosygina Avenue

KOSYGINA AVENUE (in 1976-82 Ladozhsky Avenue), located between the junction of the Oktyabrskaya Railway Line and Kommuny Street. It was built in the 1970s as an extension of Zanevsky Avenue, and named after A.N. Kosygin

Krasnogvardeysky District

KRASNOGVARDEYSKY DISTRICT is an administrative territorial unit of St. Petersburg. (Its territory administration is located at 52 Sredneokhtinsky Avenue). It was established in 1973. It was named in honour of the Petrograd Red Guards

Malaya Okhta, locality

MALAYA OKHTA, a locality in the eastern part of St. Petersburg, situated on the left bank of the Neva River, above the mouth of the Okhta River. It borders on Soedinitelnaya Railway Line in the north and the Okkervil River in the north-east

Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education

MEDICAL ACADEMY OF POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION, St. Petersburg Medical Academy situated at 41 Kirochnaya Street. It was founded in 1885 as Grand Duchess Elena Pavlovna's Clinical Institute and renamed the Imperial Clinical Institute in 1896 to become the

Okkervil, river

OKKERVIL, a river in the north-east of St. Petersburg, a left tributary to the Okhta River, which flows into the latter 1.8 kilometres above the mouth of the Okhta


YABLONOVKA, an area close to Ladozhskaya metro station, on the right bank of the Okkervil River. Since 1817, it was known as Bolshaya Yablonka village (since 1831 - Bolshaya Yablonovka). Malaya Yablonovka village was located about 1 km up-stream

Zanevsky Avenue

ZANEVSKY AVENUE, located on the right bank of the Neva River, extends from Malookhtinsky Avenue to Soedinitelnaya Railway Line, running through Malaya Okhta and Yablonevka

Zazersky N.A. (1907-1980), architect

ZAZERSKY Nikolay Alexeevich (1907, St. Petersburg - 1980, Leningrad), architect, artist. Son of A.I. Zazersky. Graduated from the Forestry Engineering-Building Academy (1937)