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Elektrozavodskaya 80 m

Metro Elektrozavodskaya


A station between “Semenovskaya” and “Baumanskaya” that was opened on May 15, 1944

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  • Elektrozavodskaya (Russian: Электрозаводская, Electricity Factory) is a Moscow Metro station on the Arbatsko-Pokrovskaya Line. It is one of the most spectacular and better-known stations of the system. Built as part of the third stage of the Moscow Metro and opened on 15 May 1944 during the Second World War, the station is one of the iconic symbols of the system, famous for its architectural decoration which is work of architects Vladimir Schuko (who died whilst working on the station's project in 1939) and Vladimir Gelfreich, along with participation of his student Igor Rozhin.

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Elektrozavodskaya 80 m

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