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7. Rusanivka and Berezniaky

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Somehow the territory of nowadays Rusanivka remained uninhabited during XIX - first half of XX c. The construction of big housing estate changed the landscape of left bank. Pictured are one of he first buidings.

[1964, . ( )]
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New bridge over Rusanivsky Channel which appeared after sand was taken to raise the surface level. It is because of this channel and location on an island that Rusanivka is called Kiev Venice. Rusanivska Naberezhna is under construction. On the left side of the picture is no longer used old road that linked Navodnycki Bridge with Mykilska Slobidka.

[.08.1964, . ( )]
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The view of Prospekt Vozzjednannia. The channel has no embankments and on the other side are remains of Kuchmisterska Slobidka. The house hidden in green area is one of few houses that survived.

[.08.1964, . ( )]
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And again the view of Rusanivska Naberezhna from Paton Bridge only a year after with quite a big changes. LAZ-695 servicing route 77 or 48 is pictured on a bridge.

[28.09.1965, . ( )]
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Ikarus-556 is depicted on Rusanivska Naberezhna servicing newly opened bus route # 49 that linked vul. Serafimovicza with Livoberezna metro station.

[09.09.1970, . ϳ ( )]
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The view of Rusanivsky Channel and vul. Entuziastiv with Ikarus-180 on route # 48 during flooding.

[.04.1970, ( )]
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The view of Rusanivka and Prospekt Vozzjednannia. T-3 # 5311 of depot Krasina with so called mountain transmission bound for Leningradska Pl.

[.02.1969, ( )]
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Pedestrian bridge and view of Berezniaky. The territory of future housing estate is fenced, new streets will appear later but first three houses will soon be ready to accept first new settlers.

[.11.1967, ( )]
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The view from almost the same spot. The trees planted in 1968 have already grown enough, fist streets also appeared as well as new bus route # 49.

[09.09.1970, . ϳ ( )]
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The view of pedestrian bridge during flooding. Now local people don't need boats but anyway channel embankment is inundated.

[.04.1970, ( )]
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The view of Berezniaky during flooding. T-3 trains steadily become kind of everyday occurrence.

[.04.1970, ( )]
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The view of Berezniaky at tram stretch "Bulvar Davydova - Rusanivka" and near "Desna" cinema. 1972 was marked with a big reconstruction in this area when tracks were moved closer to the channel; the road was slightly widened with pedestrian underground crossings built.

[.06.1972, . ( )]
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The view of Berezniaky and vul. A. Buczmy.

[.06.1972, . ( )]
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The view of Rusanivka with + train servicing most probably line # 31.

[.10.1972, . ( )]
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The view of Rusanivka with fountains.

[16.05.1972 & 31.05.1977, . ϳ ( )]
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The view of Hotel Slavutycz from Paton Bridge.

[18.07.1975, . ϳ ( )]
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This is how the corner of Berezniakivska and Serafimovicza looked like during its construction.

[~1969, . ˳ ( )]
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Bus route # 87 became the second one linking South-West Berezniaky with Livoberezna metro station from ca. 1973. During dozen of years Ikarus-260 was the main type of rolling stock, one of such buses is depicted near Livoberezna metro station.

[1980-, -2]
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Another bus route that appeared later (# 95) and again was serviced by Ikarus-260. 44-44 crosses the bridge over Rusanivsky channel.

[1981, . ( )]
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7. Rusanivka and Berezniaky
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Last updated - 17.01.2011.