Trojekurovo cemetery

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Cemetery chapel

The Trojek u rowo cemetery ( Russian Троекуровское кладбище ) is a cemetery in Moscow ( Russia ) established in 1962 . It is administered as a branch of the Novodevichy Cemetery and is a burial place for numerous prominent personalities from politics, culture and science.


The cemetery is located in the Ochakovo-Matveyevskoye district in the Western Moscow Region. It can be reached via the outer Moscow ring road MKAD (Trojekurowski Projesd exit), the cheapest public transport connection is the Mosgortrans bus 612, which runs between the main entrance of the cemetery and the Kunzewskaya metro station . The Kunzewoer Friedhof is just one kilometer north on the same street .

The Trojekurowo cemetery, for which the former village Trojekurowo (which was incorporated into Moscow in 1960) is named, has 14 sections with a total area of ​​almost 21 hectares. There is a cemetery chapel on the site and an ensemble in the entrance area that was created in the 1970s, including a morgue and two mourning halls with a capacity of 600 (the largest in Russia) or 100 people.

Graves of prominent people

Grave sculpture of Dmitri Kholodov
Tombstone of the Kolbin couple
Tomb of the married couple Pugo
Tombstone of Igor Sergeyev

Since the cemetery was founded, high-ranking politicians and military officials from the former Soviet Union have often been buried here. Even after the end of the Soviet state, many prominent people find their final resting place in the Trojekurowoer cemetery.

The most famous deceased buried here include:

See also

Web links

Commons : Trojekurowo Cemetery  - collection of pictures, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Московские могилы. Кардашёв Н.С. Retrieved January 17, 2020 .
  2. Юлию Началову похоронят в четверг на Троекуровском кладбище ( ru )

Coordinates: 55 ° 41 ′ 54 ″  N , 37 ° 24 ′ 59 ″  E