Ternopil

Zamkova Street

Description

  • Zamkovaya Street is a street in the city center, one of the oldest in Ternopol.
  • Its length is 550 meters.

Zamkovaya Street is a street in the city center, one of the oldest in Ternopol. It starts from Mikhail Grushevsky Street, intersects with Freedom Square and stretches to Ruskaya Street. Its length is 550 meters. From Zamkova behind the Ternopol hotel, another historically valuable street begins - the Old Market.

Zamkovaya Street is a street in the city center, one of the oldest in Ternopol. It starts from Mikhail Grushevsky Street, intersects with Freedom Square and stretches to Ruskaya Street. Its length is 550 meters. From Zamkova behind the Ternopol hotel, another historically valuable street begins - the Old Market.

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HISTORY

  • The name of the street comes from the Old Castle or Ternopil Castle located on it
  • The modern Zamkovaya street was finally formed during the post-war reconstruction period.

The name of the street comes from the Old Castle or Ternopol Castle located on it - a fortification built in the middle of the 16th century to defend Ukrainian lands from the Kingdom of Poland and the attacks of the Crimean Tatars.

Since the 18th century, a starch factory stood next to the castle, the building of which was later turned into barracks and housing for officers.

The modern Zamkovaya street was finally formed during the post-war reconstruction period.

Today, on this street every year there are cycling competitions named after Vladimir Filippenko.

The name of the street comes from the Old Castle or Ternopol Castle located on it - a fortification built in the middle of the 16th century to defend Ukrainian lands from the Kingdom of Poland and the attacks of the Crimean Tatars.

Since the 18th century, a starch factory stood next to the castle, the building of which was later turned into barracks and housing for officers.

The modern Zamkovaya street was finally formed during the post-war reconstruction period.

Today, on this street every year there are cycling competitions named after Vladimir Filippenko.