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Description of Zvenigorod
Zvenigorod is a city (since 1781) in Russia, of
regional subordination of the Moscow Region. It bears the honorary
title "The town of military valor." Population - 22,513 people.
(2018). The city is located on the banks of the Moscow River, 30 km
west of Moscow, on the Klin-Dmitrov ridge of the Smolensk-Moscow
Upland. This is one of the ancient cities of the region, with a
large number of historical monuments of temple architecture.
Travel Destinations in Zvenigorod
1 Savvino-Storozhevsky monastery.
2 Assumption Cathedral on
3 Ascension Cathedral.
4 Alexander Nevsky Church.
5 Church of the Nativity in Upper Posad.
Historical-Architectural and Art Museum
How to get there
The closest airports to the city
belong to the Moscow Aviation Hub.
Belorussky station of Moscow to Zvenigorod there are electric trains
(approximately once every 1.5 hours). Travel time - 1 h 20 min - 1 h
30 min. You can also take this train to Begovaya station (Begovaya
metro station), Fili (Fili metro station) and Kuntsevo station
(Kuntsevskaya metro station). The station Zvenigorod is located a
few kilometers from the city. A city bus runs between the station,
the city center and the Savvino-Storozhevsky monastery. You can also
get from Moscow by train to Golitsyno station (every 30 minutes,
40-50 minutes on the way), and then transfer to the bus to the
center of Zvenigorod.
If you are coming from the side of
Mozhaisk, then you need to get off at Golitsyno and take a train or
bus to Zvenigorod.
Near the Savvino-Storozhevsky monastery
there is a platform 190 km of the Okruzhnaya railway. Electric
trains run there extremely rarely, several times a day. If you do
decide to use this platform, then learn the schedule in advance.
There are three main routes from Moscow to Zvenigorod.
The first is on Minsk highway to Golitsyno, where to turn to the
Small Moscow ring. It will lead directly to Zvenigorod. There are a
number of rail trips on this route, which can cause serious delays
on the way. The second option is along Novorizhskoye Highway, and
then turn onto the Small Moscow Ring (A107 in the direction of
Minsk). The third option is along the Rublyovo-Uspenskoye Highway,
in the Assumption River to cross the Moskva River and then go
through Ubory to Zvenigorod. As of 2015, the fastest, hassle-free,
option is the route along the Novorizhskoye highway.
Buses from Moscow run from the Kuntsevskaya metro station and from
the Strogino metro station.
From the railway
station Zvenigorod to the city center (Kinoteatr stop) buses 10, 11,
13, 23, 25, 51 run. Buses 23 and 51 also go to Savvino-Storozhevsky
McDonalds, Zvenigorod, st. Moscow, 30.