A small lane connecting Ligovsky Prospekt and Vladimirskaya Square.
In the first half of the 18th century, many blacksmiths lived here, hence the name of the alley. Although for almost three centuries, the lane has changed several names, such as Saperny and Grodno.
Today, the lane is one of those places where almost every house is an architectural monument with its own history, memory and features. Among these buildings, it is worth noting the Vladimirskaya metro station, the memorial museum-apartment of Dostoevsky and the house where Arina Rodionovna, the nanny of Pushkin lived.
- Address: Saint Petersburg, Kuznechny Lane