Kuntsevo Cemetery

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The Kuntsevo Cemetery (Russian : Ку́нцевское кла́дбище, kúntsevkoye kládbishche) is a cemetery servicing Kuntsevo, Moscow. It is located on the bank of the Setun River, to the south of the Mozhaisk Highway (the continuation of the Kutuzovsky Prospekt). [1] The local five-domed church was commissioned in 1673 by Artamon Matveyev. The cemetery is administered as part of the Novodevichy Cemetery complex.

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Tomb of Kirill A. Yevstigneyev

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Coordinates: 55°42′28″N37°25′0″E / 55.70778°N 37.41667°E / 55.70778; 37.41667