1905 Square, Yekaterinburg

#6 of 42 in Historic Sites in Yekaterinburg
Historic Walking Area · Tourist Spot
1905 Square is a square in Yekaterinburg, Russia. It is the oldest square in Yekaterinburg.
Since 1947, New Year's Eve celebrations take place on the square. Before 1991, Military Parades of the Yekaterinburg Garrison and demonstrations of workers in honor of May 1 and Revolution Day took place on the square. After the fall of the USSR, the only parades that take place on the square are in honor of Victory Day. On December 29, 1989, a protest took place on the square in front of the City Council building, protesting the actions of the CPSU.
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  • The city's main square was created in 1930 by demolishing the Epiphany Cathedral that one stood here in the middle, separating the Cathedral Square from the Market Square. Now there is a big open...  more »
  • Quite a busy square with lots happening in this area. Varied architecture in the surrounding buildings. Great place to people watch and observe the locals attending to their daily lives. Very pretty.....  more »

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