The Malachiya Belova Street
Architecture
Shuya, Malachiya Belova Street
A small pedestrian street that people in Shuya call "Arbat" (the famous pedestrian street in Moscow). There are small merchant houses and merchants' row, flower beds, benches and a small fountain.

The street connects the town's squares with attractions. At one bottom of the street there is the Green Square with a bell tower and the monument to those who died for faith and the Central Square with the Vazhnya (the Shuya measuring scales). At the other bottom of the street there is the Lenin square with the remains of church demolition and the Balmont Museum of Local Lore.
The Malachiya Belova Street
Architecture
Shuya, Malachiya Belova Street
A small pedestrian street that people in Shuya call "Arbat" (the famous pedestrian street in Moscow). There are small merchant houses and merchants' row, flower beds, benches and a small fountain.

The street connects the town's squares with attractions. At one bottom of the street there is the Green Square with a bell tower and the monument to those who died for faith and the Central Square with the Vazhnya (the Shuya measuring scales). At the other bottom of the street there is the Lenin square with the remains of church demolition and the Balmont Museum of Local Lore.