Gogolevsky Boulevard

Coordinates: 55°44′56″N 37°36′0″E / 55.74889°N 37.60000°E / 55.74889; 37.60000

Gogolevsky Boulevard (Russian: Гоголевский бульвар) is a boulevard near the Arbat District, Moscow, Russia, named after the writer Nikolai Gogol. It was named Prechistensky Boulevard (Russian: Пречи́стенский бульвар) until 1924, after the nearby street Prechistenka.

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The rich architecture of Gogolevsky Boulevard

The boulevard begins next to the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, and is the beginning of the Boulevard Ring. The boulevard runs north-east and ends at the Arbat Square, from where it continues as Nikitsky Boulevard.