ANO "DARIB" makes the world clearer and easier

The history of cities is linked with the history of city streets. What do we know about the streets on which we live, on which we walk on business or where we often rest? As a rule - nothing.

Memorial plaques and other "attempts" to tell about the uniqueness of the place on the facades of houses are rarely noticed even by tourists. But everyone willingly uses gadgets and mobile applications: taking pictures, making routes, reading news or downloading music. Mobile is always at your hands.

We decided to combine all this trends in the "Streets' Voice" to tell the history of city streets to everyone who is interested in it. "Streets' Voice" is an initiative to install address pointers with QR-codes. Scanning it, you can learn more interesting facts about the streets: to read, to watch, to listen.

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"Street's Voice"

History of streets is a history of cities


Vakhova A.A. Street

The author of the "Whalers" trilogy Anatoly Vakhov is one of five Far Eastern writers who have been awarded their "personalized" street in Khabarovsk. His main character "Captain Ligov" "lives" in the neighboring Primorsky Region.



Blyukhera Street

The commander-in-chief of the army of the Far Eastern Republic Vasily Blyukher is the owner of "his own" streets and squares in the regional capital. The hero of the Civil died in dungeons in the Lubyanka, absurdly accused of spying for Japan.



Kim Yu Chena Street

The son of Korean peasants, an officer of the Special Far Eastern Army Kim Yu Chen, was killed during clashes in the area of the Sino-Eastern Railway in 1929. Until now, there are discrepancies in the spelling of his surname and first name on the address plates, and in some places they are written with a hyphen.


Became a Partner!

If your business or public organization is ready to help us tell more about street history, you can become a partner of the project: publish a message about it in your media or blog; donate funds for implementation; volunteer; take an address sign for your building.


What they say about the "Streets' Voice" initiative