The previous names:
Russian periodPetrovskaya ulitsa, (Peter the Great Street)
Polish periodulica Stefana Batorego (Stefan Batory Street)
Soviet periodulitsa 1 Maya (1st May Street)
since 1964 ulitsa Karbysheva (Karbyshev Street). It was named after the Hero of the Soviet Union General Dmitry Karbyshev who was tormented to death by Nazis at the concentration camp in Mauthausen (Austria) in February 1945.
Glimpses of the street
Here is the street's north end. It is starting from Ordzhonikidze Street.
An old house of red brick.
The windows saw 2 world wars.
The eastern entrance to the market.
A high school at the corner of Budyonny Street and Karbyshev Street with a nice garden for kids.
An old house in the southern end of the street, western side.
The roof was built after the war.
The old houses stand in solitude among new high rises on the eastern side in the southern end of the street. They look like an island of rural life with traditional gardens among the modern structures.
The last old house on the eastern side in the southern end of the street.
A kindergarten at the south end of the street.