Moscow Subway

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A virtual tour of the Moscow subway

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Subway Stations in Moscow: 

Cherry Blossoms in Japan Subway Stations in Moscow The Subway in Moscow deserves a special visit. You will have the opportunity to go thru these images and appreciate Moscow’s Subway Stations’ Architecture…

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Baumanskaya Work on the Subway started in 1930 – Its length is approx. 256 km (159Miles), actually the subway has 138 stations, and the most beautiful stations are located near the center of the capital.

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Baumanskaya A Special Visit is very impressive to the foreign tourists, who will think they’re in a museum or even a palace with very spacious hallways.

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Belorusskaya One is pleasantly surprised by the marvelous decorations, by the monumental richness of the marble decorations: medalions, columns, mosaics & sculptures that display the Great Events in Russian History

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Belorusskaya For example, in Revolution Square Station , The Bronze statues represent revolutionaries in 1917 «Red Octomber», in Komsomolskïa Station - Kutuzov maybe seen, who beat Napoleon, in Kievskaïa Station , Peter The Great at the Battle of Poltava, in Teatranlaïa Station there are ballerinas in national costumes and columns of flowers.

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Dobrininskaya Durind World War II, The Moscow Subways, due to its depth, offered shelter for thousands of mosowites during the Aerial bombings.

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Dynamo Each year the Subway Lines get longer and get deeper into the far away suburbs where new subway stations are built metroului se prelungeşte până spre cartierele îndepărtate şi sunt construite noi staţii de metrou, where the architecture is sober.

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Electrozavodskaya Subway in Moscow houses 9 lines which are color coded on large signs helping passengers to go where they need to.

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Kievskaya Subway hours are between 5:30 a.m. ―1:30a.m. trains come at 1 minute intervals, sometimes even less especially during the evening hours.

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Kievskaya Please continue to view the following photos.

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Kievskaya

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Komsomolskaya

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Komsomolskaya

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Komsomolskaya

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Komsomolskaya

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Krasnopresnenskaya

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Mayakovskaya

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Novoslobodskaya

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Oktiabrskaya

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Park Kultury

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Paveletskaya

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Ploshad Revoluţia

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Prospekt Mira

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Semionovskaya

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Taganskaya This is the End of our Virtual tour of the Moscow Subway System

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