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Журба Станислава Михайловна. Класс: 4А. Школа № 1143. Город: Москва. Учитель - Коростелева С.А.

I live in Moscow in 1st Kurianovskaya street. Our district is unique.
In 1950s the settlement for Cleaning station workers was built instead of the village. The authors of the project are architects V. Brovchenco and U. Bochcov, engineer R. Feigelman and others.
Cleaning station “Kurianovo” was projected before the Second World War. Because of the war the construction was completed in early 1950s. The settlement was built at the same time.
The Cleaning station is surrounded by a huge fence. Behind it you can see a beautiful high tower. Probably it’s a pump-house. Such constructions were the highest buildings if there were no churches or bell towers. Maybe the builders of the pump-house and many houses in the settlement were the German captives but this statement requires extra researches.
Now Kurianovo district is unique as the most part of the buildings are two storied ones. There are also buildings constructed in the middle of the XXth century.
That’s why producers chose our place for natural scenes of the films “ K-19” (2002), “Antikiller” (2002), “The Frenchman”(2003), “Boomer”(2003), “The escape”(2005).
The nearest and the most famous chronicler of the past life in our district is A.P. Chekhov. Suburban place Pererva (now it’s the name of the railway station) is mentioned in his stories many times.
The modern Kurianovo looks like suburban place more than like Moscow or even any other town. It’s calm and beautiful in summer and in winter here though Moscow surrounds it from all sides.
A long shadow boulevard runs from the Cleaning station to the centre. It ends with a spare square planted by blue fur-trees. There is a monument to Lenin in the middle.
The House of Culture and the square in front of it were the centre of cultural life of Kurianovo inhabitants. Films were shown in the House of Culture. This fact tells that local people spent their free time here. Old residents remember that they didn’t go to Moscow to have anything.
There was everything in the “garden-city Kurianovsk” near their houses.
Besides the houses with large flats for two or three families the inhabitants had got pantries, called sheds. Besides sheds they had garages. It’s interesting if the people had many their own cars even then.
The lanes in Kurianovo (they are called Passages) were designed in the project. In such way the architects made the space which reminds the streets of southern resort towns nowadays.


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