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Adress index / Saint Petersburg, city / Kosygina Ave
История переименований:
Kosygina Ave (as of October 25, 1982)
Ladozhsky Ave (December 6, 1976 – October 25, 1982)

Kosygin A.N. the chairman of Leningrad Soviet in 1938

KOSYGIN Alexey Nikolaevich (1904, St. Petersburg - 1980), Soviet statesman, Hero of Socialist Labor (1964, 1974). After graduating from Leningrad cooperative technical school he worked in the cooperative system in Siberia

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

Lapka, river

LAPKA, a river in the east of St. Petersburg, in the area of Rzhevka and Porokhovye. Formerly a tributary to the Okhta River, the Lapka used to flow into the Okhta six kilometres above the mouth of the latter, in the area of the village of Malinovka


RZHEVKA-POROKHOVYE, an area of mass residential development in the east of St. Petersburg, between Irinovsky Avenue, Kommuny Street, Khasanskaya Street and Peredovikov Street