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Prospekt Mira 111
Проспект Мира 111

(Cosmonauts Alley - Аллея Космонавтов)

Сергей Павлович Королёв

Sergey Pavlovich Korolëv

Zhytomyr 1907 - Moscow 1966
lead Soviet rocket engineer and spacecraft designer in the Space Race between the United States and the Soviet Union during the 1950s and 1960s
Salavat & Sergey Shcherbakov

Moscow - Москва /  Сергей Павлович Королёв   Moscow - Москва /  Сергей Павлович Королёв


Bronze statue on a pedestal which upper part is bronze, and lower part stone with four bronze reliefs:


сергей павлович
Sergey Pavlovich

Information Sign

памятник сооружён в 2008 году
по решению правительством москвы
на средства бюджета города
при финансовом участии
оао "российские железные дороги"
и международного союза
научных и инженерных
общественных объединений

с.а. щербаков, с.с. щербаков
а.в. кузьмин, и.н. воскрсенский

Monument erected in 2008
by the decision of the Moscow City Government
by means of the city's budget
with financial participation
of JSC "Russian Railways"
and the International Union
of scientific and engineering

S.A. Shcherbakov, S.S. Shcherbakov
A.V. Kuz'min, I.N. Voskresenskiy

Cosmonauts Alley - Аллея Космонавтов

The Cosmonauts Alley is a 275 m long and 15 m wide pedestrian-only avenue in northern Moscow leading from the intersection Prospekt Mira / Ostankinskiy proyezd in the south to the Memorial Museum of Astronautics - Мемориальный музей космонавтики with the Monument to the Conquerors of Space to the north.
In the center of the avenue is a series of los granite form shaped as stars with on text plaques the history of Soviet Space Research. Further there are several monuments.

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Location (N 55°49'16" - E 37°38'19")

Item Code: ru174; Photograph: 14 July 2011
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