Yauza River

Yauza
There are three other Yauza rivers in Central Russia: tributaries of the Lama, Gzhat and Sestra.''wikipedia
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Mytishchi

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The Yauza is a river in Moscow and Mytishchi, Russia, a tributary of the Moskva River.
Mytishchi is a city and the administrative center of Mytishchinsky District in Moscow Oblast, Russia, which lies to the northeast of Russia's capital Moscow, on the Yauza River and the Moscow–Yaroslavl railway.

German Quarter

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Settlements along the Yauza (German Quarter, Lefortovo, Preobrazhenskoye) played a significant role in the history of Russia in the 17th and 18th centuries.
German Quarter (Неме́цкая слобода́, Nemetskaya sloboda), also known as the Kukuy Quarter, was a neighborhood in the northeast of Moscow, located on the right bank of the Yauza River east of Kukuy Creek (hence the name Kukuy Quarter), within the present-day Basmanny District of Moscow.

Tagansky District

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The Yauza joins the Moskva River in Tagansky District just west of Tagansky Hill, now marked by the Kotelnicheskaya Embankment tower.
Tagansky District is a district of Central Administrative Okrug of the federal city of Moscow, Russia, located between the Moskva and Yauza Rivers near the mouth of the latter.

Moscow

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The Yauza is a river in Moscow and Mytishchi, Russia, a tributary of the Moskva River.
The Bulvarnoye Koltso is technically not a ring; it does not form a complete circle, but instead a horseshoe-like arc that begins at the Cathedral of Christ the Savior and ends at the Yauza River.The second primary ring, located outside the bell end of the Boulevard Ring, is the Sadovoye Koltso (Garden Ring).

Moskva River

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The Yauza is a river in Moscow and Mytishchi, Russia, a tributary of the Moskva River.
The main tributaries are the Ruza, Istra, Yauza, Pakhra, and Severka rivers.

Serebryanka River (Moscow)

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Due to minor elevation changes, the Yauza diverted into its present course, with its former riverbed taken over by the present-day Serebryanka River, which forms part of Yauza basin and flows in the westward direction opposite to the original Yauza.
Serebryanka (Izmaylovka in a past - Robka) - River in the north-east of Moscow, left tributary of, in turn a tributary of the Yauza.

Rostokino Aqueduct

Within the city of Moscow the Yauza is spanned by 21 road bridges, five railroad bridges, one dedicated tram bridge, two Moscow Metro bridges, numerous pedestrian bridges and the historical Rostokino Aqueduct.
Rostokino Aqueduct, also known as Millionny Bridge, is a stone aqueduct over Yauza river in Rostokino District of Moscow, Russia, built in 1780-1804.

Kotelnicheskaya Embankment

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The Yauza joins the Moskva River in Tagansky District just west of Tagansky Hill, now marked by the Kotelnicheskaya Embankment tower.
It spans from the mouth of Yauza River (west) to the point one block west from Bolshoy Krashokholmsky Bridge (east), where it changes name to Goncharnaya Embankment.

Andronikov Monastery

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St. Andronik Monastery on the Yauza (established in 1357) formed the eastern defence arc, together with the Pokrovsky and Novospassky monasteries.
Andronikov Monastery of the Saviour (Андро́ников монасты́рь, Спа́со-Андро́ников монасты́рь, or Андро́ников Нерукотво́рного Спа́са монасты́рь) is a former monastery on the left bank of the Yauza River in Moscow, consecrated to the Holy Image of Saviour Not Made by Hands and containing the oldest extant (i.e. outside the Kremlin) building in Moscow.

Preobrazhenskoye District

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Settlements along the Yauza (German Quarter, Lefortovo, Preobrazhenskoye) played a significant role in the history of Russia in the 17th and 18th centuries.
Peter began implementing the idea of creating a Russian Navy on the nearby Yauza River.

Losiny Ostrov National Park

Losiny Ostrov
It originates in the Losiny Ostrov National Park northeast of Moscow, flows through Mytishchi, enters Moscow in the Medvedkovo District and flows through the city in an irregular, meandering, generally north-south direction.
The true altitudes of the locality vary from 146 m (floodlands of the Yauza River) to 175 m above sea level.

Izmaylovo Estate

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Alexis I of Russia (reigned 1645-1676) established a chain of country residencies in Preobrazhenskoye and Alekseevskoye ( 55.81806°N, 37.64444°W ) on the Yauza, and Izmaylovo Estate on its Serebryanka tributary.
Alexis consolidated numerous Romanov lands into a continuous tract spanning from Yauza River in the west to Kuskovo and Pekhorka River in the east.

Basmanny District

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The dense rail network helped establish the eastern perimeter of Moscow (Basmanny, Lefortovo, Rogozhskoye and Sokolniki) as "the fastest growing and the most variegated area, holding dozens of textile and garment factories but also machinery enterprises and Moscow's one steel mill."
The district extends northeast from Kitai-gorod, within the radial boundaries of Vorontsovo Pole Street and Yauza River in the south and Myasnitskaya Street and Novaya Basmannaya Street in the north.

Rybenka River

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Rybenka is a right tributary to river Yauza.

Lama River

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There are three other Yauza rivers in Central Russia: tributaries of the Lama, Gzhat and Sestra.''

Gzhat River

Gzhat
There are three other Yauza rivers in Central Russia: tributaries of the Lama, Gzhat and Sestra.''

Russia

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The Yauza is a river in Moscow and Mytishchi, Russia, a tributary of the Moskva River.

Tributary

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The Yauza is a river in Moscow and Mytishchi, Russia, a tributary of the Moskva River.

Moscow Ring Road

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Valleys of the Yauza, from the MKAD beltway in the north to the Moscow-Yaroslavl railway west of Sokolniki Park, are protected as natural reserves.

Yaroslavl

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Valleys of the Yauza, from the MKAD beltway in the north to the Moscow-Yaroslavl railway west of Sokolniki Park, are protected as natural reserves.

Sokolniki Park

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Valleys of the Yauza, from the MKAD beltway in the north to the Moscow-Yaroslavl railway west of Sokolniki Park, are protected as natural reserves.

Garden Ring

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The banks of the Yauza within the Garden Ring were densely urbanized by the middle of the 17th century; upstream valleys housed suburban residences of the House of Romanov, from Mikhail to Catherine II.

House of Romanov

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The banks of the Yauza within the Garden Ring were densely urbanized by the middle of the 17th century; upstream valleys housed suburban residences of the House of Romanov, from Mikhail to Catherine II.

Michael of Russia

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The banks of the Yauza within the Garden Ring were densely urbanized by the middle of the 17th century; upstream valleys housed suburban residences of the House of Romanov, from Mikhail to Catherine II.

Catherine the Great

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The banks of the Yauza within the Garden Ring were densely urbanized by the middle of the 17th century; upstream valleys housed suburban residences of the House of Romanov, from Mikhail to Catherine II.