Leninsky District, Novosibirsk

Leninsky City District 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 76.12 square kilometres (29.39 sq mi).[1] Population: 302,803 (2018 Census).[2] It is the most populous district of the city.

Leninsky District
Monument of Glory
Monument of Glory
Location of Leninsky City District
CountryRussia
Federal subjectNovosibirsk
Area
 • Total76.12 km2 (29.39 sq mi)

HistoryEdit

The district was established on December 9, 1970.[1]

StreetsEdit

MicrodistrictsEdit

  • Bashnya Microdistrict
  • Gorsky Microdistrict
  • Sad Kirova
  • Stanislavsky Zhilmassiv
  • Trolleyny Zhilmassiv
  • Yugo-Zapadny Zhimassiv
  • Yuzhny Microdistrict
  • Zapadny Microdistrict

ArchitectureEdit

Soviet architectureEdit

Post-Soviet architectureEdit

EducationEdit

MemorialsEdit

Monument of GloryEdit

ParksEdit

  • Gagarin Square
  • Kirov Park
  • Square of Glory

CultureEdit

MediaEdit

FoodEdit

The Pyshechnaya is a cafe on Stanislvsky Street. It was opened in the mid-twentieth century. Soviet interior has been preserved in the cafe (mosaic walls, chandeliers and front sign).[3][4]

SportsEdit

  • Junior Children's Football School
  • Sibselmash is a bandy club founded in 1937, subsequently reestablished in 1974.
  • Novosibirsk Hippodrome
  • Ob Sports Complex
  • Penguin Curling Club is a curling center, opened in 2015.[5][6]
  • Zarya Sports Training Center

EconomyEdit

CompaniesEdit

Thermal power plantsEdit

TransportationEdit

RailwayEdit

Five railway stations are located in the district: Levaya Ob, Zhilmasiv, Novosibirsk-Zapadny, Ippodrom and Kleshchikha.

MetroEdit

Two Novosibirsk Metro stations are located in the district: Ploshchad Marksa and Studencheskaya.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c The Novosibirsk government. Official site.
  2. ^ "Novosibirsk Oblast Territorial Branch of the Federal State Statistics Service. Численность населения по муниципальным районам и городским округам Новосибирской области на 1 января 2018 года и в среднем за 2017 год" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2018-08-23. Retrieved 2018-09-05.
  3. ^ Pyshki with cognac. NGS. Пышки с коньяком. НГС
  4. ^ Pyshka, I know you: the taste of soviet childhood. NGS. Пышка, я тебя знаю: вкус советского детства.
  5. ^ NSK 49.
  6. ^ Department of Physical Culture and Sports of the Novosibirsk Oblast.
  7. ^ NPM LLC. Made in Russia.
  8. ^ Forbes Russia.