Frunzenskaya neighborhood


Komsomol'skiy Prospekt, 28, Moscow, Russia, 119146
Subway: frunzenskaya

Frunzenskaya is a distinctive neighborhood in Moscow, located on the left bank of the Moskva River in the central part of the city. The area takes its name from the nearby Frunzenskaya metro station, which in turn was named after Mikhail Frunze, a prominent Soviet military leader.

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Frunzenskaya is well-regarded for its residential character, offering a mix of old and modern architecture, and is considered to be a comfortable and prestigious area to live.

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The architectural landscape of Frunzenskaya is marked by a variety of building styles, from pre-revolutionary mansions and neoclassical structures to standard Khrushchev-era apartment blocks and elegant new developments.

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Green areas along the river provide residents and visitors with scenic walking paths, cycling tracks, and other outdoor activities.

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Frunzenskaya hosts a number of historic sites, theaters, and museums. The Luzhniki Stadium, which has been a key venue for international sporting events, including the 1980 Summer Olympics and the 2018 FIFA World Cup, is situated 10 minutes away from the neighborhood. The proximity of major cultural landmarks, coupled with the area's own vibrant community life, ensures that inhabitants of Frunzenskaya have access to a full spectrum of Moscow's diverse offerings, while retaining a sense of community and residential tranquility.

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A lot of families living in those historic buildings have relatives that served in the military during the USSR era. One of the reasons for that is close proximity to the Ministry of Defense located on the embankment.

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