Kirpichny lane, Myzy Street
The city of Ust-Kamenogorsk spanned much time to be formed. In the first quarter of the last century Stepnoy, Pustynny and Gorny lanes appeared one after another. Little brick town nestled in the very outskirt of the city, just next to mountains.
In length of time, Kirpichny lane came up to street. There were no wooden slums to be observed. In the 50-ies appliance shell plants were erected as it produced first output in 1961. Tramway park were situated the same place. That time this street was so unmoveable, but later it was equipped with tramway lines. Ust-Kamemnogorsky vokzal were linked other regional centers of oblast. Many inhabitants in the street moved into comfortable manystoreyed brick houses.
In 1965 country celebrated the 20th anniversary of Victory in Great Patriotic War. Citizens desided to add a stone to heroes’ cairn by naming Kirpichnaya street after Pavel Ivanovich Myzy.