Interesting facts about Rublyovka

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  1. The word "Rublyovka" itself is associated with many of us with a settlement where millionaires and billionaires live. This is not entirely true: this is the name for a number of villages that stretch along the Rublevo-Uspenskoe highway. And in these very villages, wealthy people buy plots. It is not surprising that the price of each acre of land is more than one million rubles.
  2. Rublevo-Uspenskoe highway has a very long history: the first information about it dates back to the reign of Ivan Kalita. For a long time this road was called the Zvenigorodsky Way, and the name Rublevo-Uspenskoe Highway was fixed only in the last century.
  3. At the end of the XIV century, there was a Savvino-Storozhevsky monastery in Zvenigorod, therefore, pilgrims from all over Russia walked along the Zvenigorod path. Even the first rulers from the Romanov dynasty repeatedly visited this monastery, making a significant part of the way on foot.
  4. Not everything is clear with the name "Rublyovka" either. Some argue that the tract was named after the famous icon painter Andrei Rublev, who painted churches in Zvenigorod. Others are sure that the name originates from the village of Rublevo. Moreover, it has nothing to do with the monetary unit - “chopped” houses were built here.
  5. During the Soviet era, dachas in the Rublevo-Uspenskoe direction were built not only by representatives of the party elite. Here they received land plots and ordinary workers. Moreover, many of them complained about the inconvenience of transport links with the capital. Therefore, many hastened to sell their summer cottages.
  6. In 1918, not far from the village of Usovo, Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin settled in a mansion. A few years later, he became General Secretary, and dachas of his associates appeared next to the leader: Felix Dzerzhinsky, Anastas Mikoyan and Kliment Voroshilov. Eyewitnesses recalled that Stalin came here on weekends. Moreover, in the summer he loved to work in the garden, and in the winter - to clean the snow.
  7. The closest settlement to Moscow on the Rublevskoye Highway is Razdory. It is only five kilometers away from the Moscow Ring Road. And the farthest settlement is Gorki-10. It is just over forty kilometers from the capital. In any case, this is the near Moscow region, which guarantees high prices for land and houses.
  8. In the nineties, the mansion on Rublevo-Uspenskoe highway became a prizak of belonging to the elite. High-ranking officials, successful businessmen, representatives of bohemians began to massively buy real estate here, as a result of which prices rose many times over.
  9. In the fall of 2018, the Ivolga high-comfort electric train runs from Moscow to Usovo station. It got a different name among the people - "Rublevsky Express". Travel time from Usov to Belorussky railway station is 40 minutes.
  10. There are several settlements in Russia called Rublevka. They are located in the Amur, Lipetsk, Pskov, Tula regions and in Bashkortostan. And on the territory of Ukraine, in the Poltava region, there is even Bolshaya Rublevka and Malaya Rublevka.