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Trubny (masculine), Trubnaya (feminine), or Trubnoye (neuter) may refer to:

Trubny, Astrakhan Oblast Settlement in Astrakhan Oblast, Russia

Trubny is a rural locality in Aktyubinsky Selsoviet of Volodarsky District, Astrakhan Oblast, Russia. The population is 715 as of 2010.

Trubnaya (Moscow Metro) Moscow Metro station

Trubnaya is a Moscow Metro station in the Tverskoy District, Central Administrative Okrug, Moscow. It is on the Lyublinsko-Dmitrovskaya Line, between Dostoyevskaya and Sretensky Bulvar stations.

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Petrovsky Boulevard thoroughfare in Moscow, Russia

Petrovsky Boulevard,, is a major boulevard in Moscow. It begins at the Petrovsky Gates Square and ends at Trubnaya Square, completing the link of Boulevard Ring between Strastnoy Boulevard and Rozhdestvensky Boulevard.

Rozhdestvensky Boulevard boulevard in Moscow, Russia

Rozhdestvensky Boulevard is a major boulevard in Meshchansky District of Moscow, Russia. It begins at Trubnaya Square (west) and ends at Sretenka Gates in the same district (completing the Boulevard Ring link from Petrovsky Boulevard to Sretensky Boulevard.

Nikolay Robertovich Erdman was a Soviet dramatist and screenwriter primarily remembered for his work with Vsevolod Meyerhold in the 1920s. His plays, notably The Suicide (1928), form a link in Russian literary history between the satirical drama of Nikolai Gogol and the post-World War II Theatre of the Absurd.

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Neglinnaya Street thoroughfare in Moscow, Russia

Neglinnaya Street is a street inside the Garden Ring of Moscow, Russia. It runs from the Bolshoi Theatre to the Trubnaya Square. The street was paved over the underground Neglinnaya River in 1819. Throughout the 20th century the river regularly flooded the street and the adjacent quarter. The highlights of the Neglinnaya include the Muir & Mirrielees building, the Petrovka Passazh, the Sandunov Baths, and the Central Bank of the Russian Federation.

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Architectural complex “Socgorod Trubny” is a complex of residential buildings in Kamensk-Uralsky, Sverdlovsk oblast.