Kharkiv

Korolenko Lane

Description

  • Lane Kharkovites loved by all as "the most intelligent lane"

In the old part of town is a lane with a length of only 390 meters. He was loved by all Kharkovites as "the most intelligent lane."

In the old part of town is a lane with a length of only 390 meters. He was loved by all Kharkovites as "the most intelligent lane."

How to get there?

The nearest metro station - "Constitution Square" and "Historical Museum". Korolenko Lane starts at the intersection of the alley and street Podolsky Cooperative finishes, smoothly flowing into the street Korolenko.

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HISTORY

  • Lane a commencé à être construit au milieu du dix-huitième siècle, la région était auparavant trop marécageux pour la construction
  • Jusqu'en 1845, il existait Kharkiv gymnase porté à cette époque dans les rues de la vieille-Moscou (avenue de Moscou)
  • Dans l'après-guerre la ruelle a été construit avec des bâtiments d'habitation.

The lane began to be built up in the middle of the eighteenth century, since earlier the area was too swampy for construction. At that time it was called Classical, later it was renamed to Petrovsky.

Until 1845, there was a Kharkov gymnasium, transferred at that time to Staro-Moskovskaya Street (Moskovsky Prospekt). On the border of the 19th and 20th centuries, the building of the Public Library was built by the architect A. Beketov. In the postwar period, the lane was built up with housing.

He received the nickname of the “smartest” lane due to the location of the Kharkiv State Scientific Library named after V.G. Korolenko and the Kharkov Folk Archive here. Currently, the library contains more than 5 million copies of books, which is one of the largest funds in Ukraine. Available among these books and memo XIV-XVII centuries.

The lane began to be built up in the middle of the eighteenth century, since earlier the area was too swampy for construction. At that time it was called Classical, later it was renamed to Petrovsky.

Until 1845, there was a Kharkov gymnasium, transferred at that time to Staro-Moskovskaya Street (Moskovsky Prospekt). On the border of the 19th and 20th centuries, the building of the Public Library was built by the architect A. Beketov. In the postwar period, the lane was built up with housing.

He received the nickname of the “smartest” lane due to the location of the Kharkiv State Scientific Library named after V.G. Korolenko and the Kharkov Folk Archive here. Currently, the library contains more than 5 million copies of books, which is one of the largest funds in Ukraine. Available among these books and memo XIV-XVII centuries.

INTERESTING FACTS

  • Korolenko Lane dedicated to the song "I dream of Paris" - music by Yuri Cherkashin, the words of Yuri Cherkashin Sergey Merchanskogo.
  • This alley is one of the smallest on longer in the city.
  • Korolenko Lane dedicated to the song "I dream of Paris" - music by Yuri Cherkashin, the words of Yuri Cherkashin Sergey Merchanskogo.
  • This alley is one of the smallest on longer in the city.