Filjowski Park ( Russian Филёвский Парк ) is a district of Moscow ( Russia ) in the western administrative district of the city. The district has around 66,200 inhabitants and an area of 784 hectares.
The name Filjowski Park is based on Fili-Park , which stretches along the right bank of the Moscow River in the area of the district and, with a total area of 280 hectares, is one of the largest urban forest areas in the Western Administrative District . Its name is derived from the historic village of Fili , which developed into an industrial suburb of Moscow from the beginning of the 20th century and was completely incorporated into Moscow in 1935. The Filjowski Park district was formed as part of the Moscow administrative reform in 1991. Since then it has occupied a large part of the area of Fili, in particular the industrialized northern and eastern part of Filis, including the banks of the Moskva River, belongs to Filjowski Park, while the southern parts of Fili lie in the neighboring districts of Fili-Dawydkowo and Dorogomilowo .
- Fili Park
- Church of the Protection and Intercession of the Virgin Mary in Fili ; built in 1694 in the Naryshkin baroque style
- Palace of Culture "Sergei Gorbunow"; built 1929–1938 in the style of early Soviet constructivism
- “Gorbuschka” shopping center; emerged from an important sound carrier market that was formerly located in front of the Gorbunow Palace of Culture
District coat of arms; the year “1812” means the Russian campaign in 1812 , during which Fili was one of the outposts west of Moscow
In terms of automobile traffic , the streets Bolshaya Filjowskaja uliza ("Big Fili Street") and Minskaya uliza ("Minsk Street") are the two most important arteries of the district. The latter connects to the “ Kutuzov Prospekt ” arterial road and trunk road south of the district ; the Bolschaja Filjowskaja runs immediately south of the Fili Park and bridges the Moskva at the eastern end of the district.
The southern border between Filjowski Park and Dorogomilowo or Fili-Dawydkowo is the Moscow - Smolensk - Minsk railway line , which begins at the Belarusian railway station . The stop for suburban trains Fili on this railway line is in the district. The Filjowskaja line of the Moscow subway runs through the middle of the district and has three subway stations there: In addition to Fili , which is located in the immediate vicinity of the railway station of the same name and offers transfer options between subway and suburban trains, there are also Bagrationovskaya and Filjowski Park .
- Official website of the district administration (Russian)
- District website (Russian)
Coordinates: 55 ° 45 ' N , 37 ° 30' E