Troyekurovskoye Cemetery

Coordinates: 55°42′0.74″N 37°24′32.22″E / 55.7002056°N 37.4089500°E / 55.7002056; 37.4089500

The Troyekurovo Cemetery (Russian: Троекуровское кладбище, romanizedTroyekurovskoye kladbishche), alternatively known as Novo-Kuntsevo Cemetery (Russian: Ново-Кунцевское кладбище, romanizedNovo-Kuntsevskoye kladbishche), is a cemetery in Moscow, Russia.

The Troyekurovo Cemetery

The cemetery is located in the former village of Troyekurovo on the western edge of Moscow, which derives its name from the Troyekurov princely family, a branch of the Rurikid House of Yaroslavl, that owned the village in the 17th century. Troyekurovo Cemetery Cemetery includes the Church of Saint Nicholas, built by Prince Troyekurov in 1699-1704, which was closed during the Soviet era but reopened in 1991.

Troyekurovo Cemetery is administered as a branch of the Novodevichy Cemetery and is the resting place of numerous notable Russian and Soviet figures.

Notable people buried at the Troyekurovo CemeteryEdit

Notable gravesEdit

Public and political figuresEdit

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Юлию Началову похоронят в четверг на Троекуровском кладбище. Риа Новости (in Russian).
  2. ^ "В Москве прошла церемония прощания с Ларисой Шойгу" (in Russian). TASS. 12 June 2021. Retrieved 13 June 2021.
  3. ^ "В Москве похоронили легендарного разведчика Алексея Ботяна" (in Russian). REGNUM News Agency. 13 February 2020.
  4. ^ "В Москве похоронили Виталия Маргелова" (in Russian). Rambler.ru. 27 March 2021. Retrieved 13 April 2021.
  5. ^ "Служба Ritual.ru организовала похороны генерал-полковника Владимира Александровича Муравьева" (in Russian). Moscow City Municipal Funeral Service. 27 January 2020. Retrieved 28 January 2020.
  6. ^ "ОФИЦЕРЫ РОССИИ" простились с фронтовиком, Героем Советского Союза Евдокией Борисовной Пасько. ОФИЦЕРЫ РОССИИ (in Russian). Retrieved 2018-01-02.

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