One of the most beautiful shallow hauls of Moscow metro
The construction took place in first turn based on such prototypes as subways of Paris, London and New York.
Two-platform-stations didn't catch on in Russia, plus shallow haul was not in trend at that time.
By the time of the second, third and further turns of construction, the center of the capital had already been quite built up, and metro builders went deeper.
The lines were placed in two different tunnels. As a rule, one station had only one platform.
This idea became common and during the construction of metro in bedroom suburbs a construction project of a station had almost no differences.
Metro station between “Revolution Square” and “Smolenskaya”
One of the most beautiful Moscow metro stations that lies between “Belorusskaya” and “Tverskaya”
One of the most beautiful Moscow metro stations that was opened in 1938
An object under square of Paveletsky Terminal handled to subway management
For more than 25 years this unique gallery is abandoned
Bodacious wealth and eclectic luxury showed up in the middle of the war, on November 20, 1943
Station at Koltsevaya Line that was opened in 1954
A station of Skolnicheskaya line between “Komsomolskaya” and “Chistye Prudy” stations
A station between “Semenovskaya” and “Baumanskaya” that was opened on May 15, 1944
The 165th station of Moscow Metro which is situated on Arbatsko–Pokrovskaya Line