Pushkin Street, Kazan

Pushkin Street, Kazan

Pushkin Street , "( _tt. Puşkin uramı/Пушкин урамы; _ru. улица Пушкина)", is a main street of Kazan, Tatarstan, Russia. The street runs from the Qaban lake to the south-west, to Kazanka River to the north. The street is one of the busiest in Kazan and is a major shopping area.

The street is named after the famous Russian poet Alexander Pushkin. The street's name is one of the oldest and dates back to 19th century.

See also: List of upscale shopping districts


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