Korovinskoe Highway – Highway on the north of Moscow, located in the Northern district.
It got its name towards the former village Korovino, which was at the end of the current highway Korovinskoye (was a part, demolished in 1984 in Moscow in 1960). For the first time the village is mentioned in a document in 1586 as a Nikolskoye, Cow Enemy identity. It is believed that it got its name from the creek Cow enemy.
Even earlier, in the XV century, these places were known to the administrative area of Cow Camp. Perhaps its name from the nickname he received Cow Prince Ivan Yuryevich Patrikeeva (cousin of Ivan III), significantly owned lands adjacent to Korovin.
It starts from the Dmitrov highway, crossing Pyalovskoe, Seliger street, then Korovinskoe travel, Deguninskaya street, the street of Ivan Susanin, Taldomskaya street and street Vosmisotletiya Moscow, Angarsk, Bazovsky, Klyazminskoe and Izhora streets. Through Izhorskaya street and Businovskiy fare is leaving to Moscow.