How to get to Khimki Cemetery
In the northern administrative district of the capitalKhimki Cemetery is located. Its name is connected with the nearby largest city-satellite of Moscow. This is one of the largest cemeteries in the metropolitan region. It was founded in December 1959. More than 177 thousand people are buried here today. In addition to mere mortals, many outstanding figures from the sphere of business, politics, science, culture and the show industry found the last shelter. Afghan soldiers and victims of terrorist acts on Guryanov Street and in Nord-Ost are buried at Khimki Cemetery. The total area of the cemetery is 66 and a half hectares.
What is it today?
Currently Khimki cemetery iswell-planned and well-arranged territory with wide asphalt passage. It has a clear and thoughtful designation of plots and alleys. According to the standards of gardening, the Khimki cemetery corresponds to the generally accepted municipal standards in this area. For green plantations, timely care and control is carried out. In the cemetery a chapel is opened in honor of St. Prince Vladimir. Service structures operate, such as the rental of equipment. This facilitates the relatives of the deceased care for the graves. In administrative terms, Khimki cemetery is a structural subdivision of SUE "Ritual". The cemetery office is located to the left of the entrance gate.
The regime of work and the scheme of Khimki cemetery
The planning of the territory here is thought out and subordinatedlaws of logistics. The overall composition is close to symmetrical. From the central wide thoroughfare, the alleys diverge. The numbering of sites is not entirely consistent, but in general it is on the increase as we move into the depth of the territory. And from left to right. The furthest site is number 165. Visits Khimki cemetery is open daily from 9 am to 7 pm in the summer and from 9 am to 5 pm in the winter. Burial places are produced from 9 am to 5 pm. Every day, regardless of the season of the year. Currently, the territory of the cemetery is close to filling, and therefore only related burial and burial of urns with ashes to the ground. There is no reliable information about the future expansion of the territory, but this issue is being discussed.
Khimki Cemetery. How to get to him from Moscow
First you need to get to one of the endpublic transport stops in the direction of Khimki. We are talking about metro stations "Rechnoy Vokzal" Zamoskvoretskaya or "Planernaya" Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskaya line. From there buses 370 and 817 depart. As well as shuttle buses. The amount of public transport is significantly increased during the Easter week and especially on the Parent day. Shuttle buses go in this direction and from other points of the city. In addition, the Khimki cemetery can be reached by train from the Leningradskiy railway station. It is necessary to move to the platform "Khimki", thence by bus route 22. On your own motor transport you need to go along the Shodnenskoye highway.