Zagorskaya Street is the main shopping street of the city passing by the Dmitrov Kremlin. There are some notable houses on it. In particular, here is the house museum of the Russian revolutionary anarchist Peter Kropotkin, entering the structure of the Museum-Reserve "Dmitrov Kremlin". Another old mansion in the Art Nouveau style is the house of Olga Milyutina, the daughter of the Russian Minister of War Dmitry Milyutin. She was a notable educator, and in the early twentieth century she arranged a shelter for children in this house.
A yellow building with columns: the Palace of Culture «Sozvezdie» («Constellation») is rising at the end of the Zagorskaya Street. It houses the Drama Theater Bolshoye Gnezdo named after one of the sons of the founder of Moscow Prince Yuri Dolgoruky - Dmitry. He entered the history under the name of Vsevolod the Great Nest (Bolshoye Gnezdo). He got such a nickname for leaving a big posterity. The theater of his name was founded in the city in the 1960s.