Kirovsky City District, Novosibirsk
Kirovsky City District (Russian: Кировский район) is an administrative district (raion), one of the 10 raions of Novosibirsk, Russia. It is located on the left bank of the Ob River. The area of the district is 50,7 km2 (19,6 sq mi). Population: 186,408 (2018 Census).
Kirovsky City District
Location of Kirovsky City District
|• Total||50.7 km2 (19.6 sq mi)|
- 1 History
- 2 Architecture
- 3 Parks
- 4 Education
- 5 Culture
- 6 Sports
- 7 Religion
- 8 Economy
- 9 Transportation
- 10 References
October 20, 1930, Zaobsky District was formed.
December 2, 1934, Zaobsky District was renamed the Kirovsky District.
In December 1970, part of the Kirovsky City District became the Leninsky City District.
Bugrinskaya Roshcha is a park, established in 1971.
- Department of Physical Education of the Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University
- Novosibirsk College of Printing and Information Technology
- Novosibirsk Industrial College
- House of Culture named after Yefremov
- Raduga (house of culture)
- Iceberg Ice Complex
- Arena Discovery Tennis Club
- Flamingo Stadium
- Rosto Motodrome
- Dribbling Football Section
- Junior Children's Football School
- Tsentr Children's Football Club
- Sports and shooting complex
- Volniye Strelki Bow-Crossbow Club
- Azbuka Karate
- Dizel Boxing Club
- Children's Union of Karate
- Dinamex Karate Club
- Novosibirsk Aikido Center
- Novosibirsk City Federation of Kyokushinkai
- Sports section of sambo
- Taekwondo Sport Federation of Novosibirsk Oblast
- Orthodox Church of the Holy New Martyrs and Confessors of Russia
- Orthodox Chapel of the Icon of Vladimir Mother of God
- Mother Teresa's orphanage
- Caritas of Diocese of Transfiguration
- Christian Evangelical Church
- Novosibirsk Christian Church is a local religious organization of evangelical Christians
- Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
- Novosibirsk Tin Plant
- NPO ELSIB
- Orion Confectionery
The district hosts shopping centres of international, interregional and local retail companies: MEGA Family Shopping Centre (IKEA, Auchan, Leroy Merlin), Metro Cash and Carry, Lenta, Posuda Centre and others.
Bus and trolleybusesEdit
Chemskoy Station is located in the district.
Komsomolsky Railway Bridge is a bridge over the Ob River built in 1930–1931.