The avenue begins near the railway station Zaporizhzhia-1 and ends near the Dniprohes, Zaporizhzhia
About the place
The Sobornyi Avenue is one of the longest in Europe. Most of the architectural and historical monuments are located on the avenue.
The avenue starts from Zaporizhzhia-1 central station and ends at Dnieper hydroelectric power station. Immediately after the station, the avenue cuts the territory of the Zaporizhzhia Automobile Plant. Then, along the Shenvizsky Bridge crosses the Mokra Moskovka. Here passed the southern border of the old Oleksandrivska fortress. A hundred meters from the bridge there is a bend of the avenue near the former village Kalantyrivka and it stretches almost in a straight line to its end. At the beginning of this line, the avenue stretches along former Kuznechna Street, and after the Sukha Moskovka River (the northern border of the Oleksandrivska fortress) and the dam passes into a new part of Zaporizhzhia, passing successively through Voznesenka and Sotsmisto. In the old part of the avenue there are several pre-revolutionary buildings, which are not so much architectural as historical value.