Novodevichy Cemetery Tourist attraction in Moskva, Russia

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Map gps coordinates: 55.724722, 37.554167
Address: Luzhnetskiy Proyezd, 2, Moskva, Russia, 119048

Anton Chekhov was buried next to his father at the Novodevichy Cemetery.

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In 1931, Moscow authorities decided to had Nikolai Gogol's remains transferred to the Novodevichy Cemetery.

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Nikita Khrushchev was buried in the Novodevichy Cemetery in Moscow.

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Persecuted for decades by the Republic of Turkey during the Cold War for his communist views, Nazim Hikmet Ran died of a heart attack in Moscow on 3 June 1963 at 6.30 am while picking up a morning newspaper at the door of his summer house in Peredelkino, far away from his beloved homeland. He is buried in Moscow's famous Novodevichy Cemetery, where his imposing tombstone is still today a place of pilgrimage for Turks and many others from around the world. His final wish, never carried out, was to be buried under a plane-tree (platanus) in any village cemetery in Anatolia.

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