Boulevard

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A boulevard (French, originally meaning bastion), often abbreviated Blvd, is a type of large road, usually running through a city.wikipedia
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Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh, CambodiaPhnom PehnPhnom Penh Municipality
Phnom Penh has numerous boulevards scattered throughout the city.
There are a number of surviving French colonial buildings scattered along the grand boulevards.

Norodom Boulevard

Norodom Boulevard, Sisowath Boulevard, Monivong Boulevard, and Sothearos Boulevard are the most famous.
Norodom Boulevard (In Khmer: មហាវិថី ព្រះនរោត្តម) is a major boulevard of Phnom Penh, Cambodia named after King Norodom.

Monivong Boulevard

Norodom Boulevard, Sisowath Boulevard, Monivong Boulevard, and Sothearos Boulevard are the most famous.
Monivong Boulevard is a central boulevard and thoroughfare of Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia.

Esplanade

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Some tourist towns and villages are known among others for their boulevards and esplanades.
Some esplanades also include large boulevards or avenues where cars are permitted.

Rajpath

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Rajpath (constructed as and formerly named King's Way during the period of the British Raj) is a ceremonial boulevard in New Delhi, India, that runs from Rashtrapati Bhavan on Raisina Hill through Vijay Chowk and India Gate, National War Memorial (India) to National Stadium, Delhi.

Necklace Road

Necklace Road is a boulevard in Hyderabad, Telangana, adjoining the Hussain Sagar lake, which connects NTR Gardens to Sanjeevaiah Park.

Keshavarz Boulevard

One of the most famous one is Keshavarz Boulevard in Tehran which is usually referred to as "The Boulevard".
Keshavarz Boulevard (Blvd.) ( Bolvār e Keshāvarz) or simply Bolvār (the Boulevard) is a central Boulevard in Tehran, Iran.

Kelapa Gading

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Kelapa Gading was an undeveloped marshland and sparsed agricultural land until 1976, when a local real estate developer company, PT Summarecon Agung, developed Kelapa Gading into a more productive land by establishing an integrated residential-commercial area in a grid-like urban planning with main boulevards and supporting facilities including schools and hospitals.

Unter den Linden

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The historically most famous boulevard in Berlin and arguably in all of Germany is Unter den Linden: location of the Berlin State Opera, Berlin Cathedral, the former royal palace, Humboldt University, the Neue Wache state memorial, the Germany Historical Museum housed in the old arsenal and Brandenburg Gate being the boulevard's focal point.
Unter den Linden (, "under the linden trees") is a boulevard in the central Mitte district of Berlin, the capital of Germany.

Königsallee

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The Königsallee in Düsseldorf is known for its many famous fashion stores and showrooms.
The Königsallee (, literally "King's Avenue") is an urban boulevard in Düsseldorf, state capital of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.

Kurfürstendamm

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Most famed for its classy shopping facilities is Berlin's Kurfürstendamm.
This very broad, long boulevard can be considered the Champs-Élysées of Berlin—lined with shops, houses, hotels and restaurants.

Karl-Marx-Allee

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A notable boulevard in Berlin's East is Karl-Marx-Allee, which was built primarily in the 1950s in Stalinist Classicism architecture with decorative buildings.
The Karl-Marx-Allee is a monumental socialist boulevard built by the GDR between 1952 and 1960 in Berlin Friedrichshain and Mitte.

Grand Boulevard (Budapest)

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There are three main boulevards, named Little Boulevard, Grand Boulevard and Hungária Boulevard.
Nagykörút or Grand Boulevard (sometimes Great Boulevard, lit. "Big Ring Road") is one of the most central and busiest parts of Budapest, a major thoroughfare built by 1896, Hungary's Millennium.

Small Boulevard (Budapest)

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There are three main boulevards, named Little Boulevard, Grand Boulevard and Hungária Boulevard.
Kiskörút or Small Boulevard (lit.

Hungária körgyűrű

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There are three main boulevards, named Little Boulevard, Grand Boulevard and Hungária Boulevard.
Hungary beltway or Hungary boulevard) is the longest and busiest boulevard, also the widest city street in Budapest, Hungary.

Avenida da Liberdade

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In Lisbon, Avenida da Liberdade and Avenida da República.
Avenida da Liberdade (Portuguese for "Avenue of Liberty") is an important boulevard in central Lisbon, Portugal, famous as one of the most expensive shopping streets in Europe.

Viali di Circonvallazione

Viale di Circonvallazione
Florence's historic centre, for example, is surrounded by the Viali di Circonvallazione, a series of six-lane streets; the boulevards follow the outline of the ancient walls of Florence, that were demolished since 1865 to make Florence, then the capital of Italy (for five years, 1865–1870), a modern and big city like the other European capitals.
The Viali di Circonvallazione are a series of 6-lane boulevards surrounding the north part of the historic centre of Florence.

Leopoldstraße

Munich is well known for its four royal avenues constructed by the Bavarian monarchs of the 19th century, which can also be classified as boulevards: Brienner Straße, Leopoldstraße, Maximilianstraße, and Prinzregentenstraße.
It is a major boulevard, and the main street of the Schwabing district.

Budapest

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The Hungarian capital Budapest is also known for its well planned street system with wide avenues and boulevards, running through the city.
Most of today's Budapest is the result of a late-nineteenth-century renovation, but the wide boulevards laid out then only bordered and bisected much older quarters of activity created by centuries of Budapest's city evolution.

Paseo de la Reforma

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Paseo de la Reforma (English: "Reform Promenade") is a 12-kilometer-long boulevard in Mexico City, Mexico that runs in a straight line, cutting diagonally across the city.
It was designed by Ferdinand von Rosenzweig in the 1860s and modeled after the great boulevards of Europe, such as the Ringstraße in Vienna and the Champs-Élysées in Paris.

Boulevard Ring

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The historic Boulevard Ring in Moscow emerged on the site of the former White City walls (demolished in the 1760s and 1770s) before the Fire of 1812, starting with Tverskoy Boulevard in 1796.
Boulevards form a semicircular chain along the western, northern and eastern sides of the historical White City of Moscow; in the south the incomplete ring is terminated by the embankments of Moskva River.

Florence

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Florence's historic centre, for example, is surrounded by the Viali di Circonvallazione, a series of six-lane streets; the boulevards follow the outline of the ancient walls of Florence, that were demolished since 1865 to make Florence, then the capital of Italy (for five years, 1865–1870), a modern and big city like the other European capitals.
Such include the Via Camillo Cavour, one of the main roads of the northern area of the historic centre; the Via Ghibellina, one of central Florence's longest streets; the Via dei Calzaiuoli, one of the most central streets of the historic centre which links Piazza del Duomo to Piazza della Signoria, winding parallel to via Roma and Piazza della Repubblica; the Via de' Tornabuoni, a luxurious street in the city centre that goes from Antinori square to ponte Santa Trinita, across Piazza Santa Trinita, characterised by the presence of fashion boutiques; the Viali di Circonvallazione, 6-lane boulevards surrounding the northern part of the historic centre; as well as others, such as Via Roma, Via degli Speziali, Via de' Cerretani, and the Viale dei Colli.

Chicago park and boulevard system

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In Chicago, the boulevard system is a network of wide, planted-median boulevards that winds through the south, west, and north sides of the city and includes a ring of parks.
The historic Chicago park and boulevard system is a ring of parks connected by wide, planted-median boulevards that winds through the north, west, and south sides of the City of Chicago.

Ocean Parkway (Brooklyn)

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Nineteenth-century parkways, such as Brooklyn's Ocean Parkway, were often built in the form of boulevards but do not use the word in their name.
Ocean Parkway is a 4.86 mi boulevard in the west-central portion of the New York City borough of Brooklyn.

Garden Ring

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Garden Ring, developed in the middle of the 19th century, had traditional median boulevards in its western part and side gardens in the east (streets with side strips of green, even those separating main traffic and frontage roads, are not usually considered boulevards).
The new free land was developed according to local social status: upper-class western segment of the Ring acquired central boulevards, flanged by side streets.