Lublin Street – a street in South-Eastern Administrative District of Moscow. Magistral citywide importance. The second (after the Trade Union) along the length of street in Moscow (8.6 km).
It consists of three lanes in both directions with dedicated lanes for public transport.
The name comes from the name of the former city of Lublin. The name was given to May 20, 1964 by transferring the current Saratov street. Previously, this street was called differently: Ostapovsky highway Moscow street.
In 1960 Lublin was incorporated in the Moscow, and soon the street was renamed. On it went buses from Moscow to Lublin itself.
The basis of the architectural ensemble of the majority of the streets make up the five-storied house Stalinist buildings. In Marino streets are lined with modern condominium.