Mira Avenue in the north-east of Moscow. Located between Sukharev area on the Garden Ring, a continuation of the Yenisei and Sretenka street, going in the Yaroslavl highway.
In the XII century the street was expensive to Yaroslavl, along which stood villages Alekseevskoe, Rostokino and others. At the end of the XVII century to the beginning of the modern world originated Avenue Philistine settlement (hence the former name of the street).
In 1706 on the initiative of Peter I established Pharmaceutical Garden (later the University Botanical Garden). In the 1740s, it established an outpost Krestovskaya Collegiate Chamber of the shaft (now the Riga area here), where the street was completed. In 1770, the house is built LI Dolgov (number 16, the architect Vasily Bazhenov, rebuilt in 1838), at the end of XVIII – early XIX centuries – the house number 50 (architect E. Nazarov).