The previous names:
Russian periodVoznesenskaya ulitsa
Polish periodulica Steckiewicza
It was named after Polish Army Captain Wladyslaw Steckiewicz who perished in the battle with German troops in February 1919.
Soviet periodKomsomolskaya ulitsa
The main attraction in the street
On a hot summer day (August 2007)
A new office building at the right corner of Komsomolskaya Str.
Glimpses of the street
That is the first sight beheld by visitors to Brest, while they are walking from the station along the said foot-bridge.
The fountain is now behind you. Here Komsomolskaya Street meets Ordzhonikidze Street.Cleopatra shop is on the left. It has replaced small dilapidated prewar structures.
On the eastern side an old hotel adjoins the Cleopatra shop.
Today it is Molodezhnaya (Youth) Hotel.
Trolleybuses run along the street. The house with columns is at the corner of Mitskevich Street, it was built in the late 19th century. The picture was taken in April 2007 during the reconstruction of Mitskevich Street.
At the corner of Mitskevich Street in July 2008.
The red brick houses in the street saw both World Wars.
Here Komsomolskaya Street intersects Pushkin Street.
On the left is Magellan Restaurant.
Spring is coming.
That was a restaurant in the inter-war period, now it houses a shop and a café upstairs.
A new block of flats at the corner of Komsomolskaya Street and Mayakovsky Street.
Here the street ends near Svobody Square.
This place in winter..
... and in summer after a rain.
This point after the reconstruction in summer 2007.
Here Komsomolskaya Street meets Gogol Street and Svobody Square.