The previous names:
Russian periodZbirogovskaya ulitsa
Polish periodulica Listowskiego (Listowski Street)
Soviet periodBudyonnogo ulitsa (Budyonny Street)
Glimpses of the street
Here by the drama theater the street starts.
This mansion at the southeastern corner of K.Marx Streett houses the Regional museum today.
In the 19th century it was the flamboyant Hotel "Bristol".
Cross the street and you will see a modern structure of the builders' college at the southwestern corner of K.Marx Street.
The brick house at the southwestern corner of the street and Sovietskikh Pogranichnikov Street faces Svobody Square. The house saw two World Wars.
Standing at the corner, you can see the Drama theater at the distance.
Here the street crosses 17 September Str. and meets Svobody Square, making up the southern border of Svobody Sq.
An old mini-park occupies the major part of the square, seen to the left in the pictures (above). It was the main square of Brest till 1915.
This old building faces the square and the mini-park on the northern side.
Belarus Cinema before the renovation.
After the renovation
Belarus Cinema is at the northeastern corner of Budyonny Street and Sovietskaya Street
The view of a night club with other entertainments opposite the cinema.
This house on the southern side between Sovietskaya Street and Kuybyshev Street was renovated in 2007.
In the backyard.
Cinema Belarus is seen in the background.
(Left) There was an old structure, a silent witness of horrors of the war. The former site of Brest ghetto. (Today's view) A new structure replaced the old one some years ago.
No old structures remained along the street between Kuybyshev Street and Kosmonavtov Boulevard.
A supermarket in Kosmonavtov Boulevard.
Here the street meets the boulevard. That is the eastern end of Budyonny Street.
More in the project "Old and New Brest"