Zagrebsky Boulevard - a street in the southern part of St. Petersburg . Passes from Dimitrova street to Malaya Balkanskaya street between Budapest and Bucharest streets. Numbering starts from Dimitrova street . Zagreb Boulevard is a district highway.
- 1 History
- 2 Attractions
- 3 Intersections
- 4 notes
- 5 Literature
- 6 References
The name of the street was given on November 2, 1973 in honor of the Croatian city of Zagreb . In 1968, permanent friendly relations were established between Zagreb and Leningrad.
In 1977, the length of the street was increased.
In 2007 - 2008, as a result of the reconstruction of Danube Avenue, through passage on Zagreb Boulevard became impossible, the boulevard was actually divided into two unconnected parts - from Dimitrov Street to Danube Avenue and from Danube Avenue to Malaya Balkanskaya Street.
A park stretches along the even side of the street from Dimitrov Street to Yaroslav Hasek Street .
- D.2 : Telephone unit.
- 21 : Cafe-restaurant Old Town
- 23 : College of Information Technology of St. Petersburg.
MNTK “Eye Microsurgery” (21 Yaroslav Hasek St. ) goes to Zagreb Boulevard. On December 12, 2002, a bust was set up on the territory of the ISTC on Svyatoslav Fedorov (sculptor L.K. Lazarev)  .
- d.26 : The Orthodox Church of St. Seraphim Vyritsky in Kupchino  .
- 28 : sports school of the Olympic reserve "Comet"
Zagreb Boulevard crosses or borders with the following avenues, streets and alleys:
- Dimitrova street (there is no direct exit to the avenue: the street intersects with a double-pass (“pocket”) running parallel to the avenue)
- Small Chestnut Alley
- Dunaysky Prospekt (there is no direct exit to the avenue from both sides: the street intersects with understudy passages (“pockets”) running parallel to the avenue)
- Yaroslav Hasek street
- Shipkinsky Lane
- Oleko Dundich street
- Malaya Balkanskaya street
- Felix Lurie. All (almost) monuments of St. Petersburg in alphabetical order Archived February 25, 2008 on Wayback Machine
- The first Church in St. Petersburg in the name of St. Seraphim Vyritsky
- Gorbachevich K. S. , Khablo E. P. Why are they so named? On the origin of the names of streets, squares, islands, rivers and bridges of Leningrad. - 3rd ed., Rev. and add. - L .: Lenizdat , 1985 .-- S. 130. - 511 p.
- Gorbachevich K. S. , Khablo E. P. Why are they so named? On the origin of the names of streets, squares, islands, rivers and bridges of St. Petersburg. - 4th ed., Revised. - SPb. : Norint , 1996 .-- S. 86–87. - 359 p. - ISBN 5-7711-0002-1 .
- City names today and yesterday: Petersburg toponymy / comp. S.V. Alekseeva, A.G. Vladimirovich , A.D. Erofeev et al. - 2nd ed., Revised. and add. - SPb. : Lick , 1997 .-- S. 46. - 288 p. - (Three centuries of Northern Palmyra). - ISBN 5-86038-023-2 .
- Overview of street buildings on Citywalls