Pushkin Street, Yekaterinburg

Pushkin Street, Yekaterinburg

Pushkin Street , "(Улица Пушкина in Russian)", is a street in Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation. The street starts near the Church on the Blood to the north, and ends at the Gogol Street to the south.

The street is named after the famous Russian poet Alexander Pushkin.


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