Détails de l'endroit

Détails de l'endroit

Frunzenskaya embankment

The embankment stretches along the left bank of the river, from the Crimean Bridge to Khamovnichesky Val. It received its current name in the 30s of the last century, in honor of the Soviet revolutionary. There are no industrial enterprises here, only massive residential buildings that seem to protect the peace of this place: one is decorated with a colonnade, the other with a tower, and house No. 50 has its nickname, the House of the Deposed Leaders.

Until the 30s of the XX century, the embankment was built up with one-story houses. In the middle of the last century, Frunzenskaya Embankment was expanded and decorated with the current “giants”. Nearby is the impressive headquarters building of the ground forces of the Russian Federation. According to rumors, under it and the bed of the Moscow River, the underground communications of the Ministry of Defense go to a depth of 80 meters.

It is nice to walk along the embankment — it is not crowded and green on the right and left hands. And by crossing the Pushkin pedestrian bridge, you can easily get to Gorky Park and Neskuchny Garden.

The embankment stretches along the left bank of the river, from the Crimean Bridge to Khamovnichesky Val. It received its current name in the 30s of the last century, in honor of the Soviet revolutionary. There are no industrial enterprises here, only massive residential buildings that seem to protect the peace of this place: one is decorated with a colonnade, the other with a tower, and house No. 50 has its nickname, the House of the Deposed Leaders.

Until the 30s of the XX century, the embankment was built up with one-story houses. In the middle of the last century, Frunzenskaya Embankment was expanded and decorated with the current “giants”. Nearby is the impressive headquarters building of the ground forces of the Russian Federation. According to rumors, under it and the bed of the Moscow River, the underground communications of the Ministry of Defense go to a depth of 80 meters.

It is nice to walk along the embankment — it is not crowded and green on the right and left hands. And by crossing the Pushkin pedestrian bridge, you can easily get to Gorky Park and Neskuchny Garden.

The embankment stretches along the left bank of the river, from the Crimean Bridge to Khamovnichesky Val. It received its current name in the 30s of the last century, in honor of the Soviet revolutionary. There are no industrial enterprises here, only massive residential buildings that seem to protect the peace of this place: one is decorated with a colonnade, the other with a tower, and house No. 50 has its nickname, the House of the Deposed Leaders.

Until the 30s of the XX century, the embankment was built up with one-story houses. In the middle of the last century, Frunzenskaya Embankment was expanded and decorated with the current “giants”. Nearby is the impressive headquarters building of the ground forces of the Russian Federation. According to rumors, under it and the bed of the Moscow River, the underground communications of the Ministry of Defense go to a depth of 80 meters.

It is nice to walk along the embankment — it is not crowded and green on the right and left hands. And by crossing the Pushkin pedestrian bridge, you can easily get to Gorky Park and Neskuchny Garden.

Adresse

nab. Frunzenskaya

La Source

https://kudago.com/msk/place/frunzenskaya-naberezhnaya/

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