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SERPUKHOVSKO-TIMIRYAZEVSKAYA LINE

 
 
PRAZHSKAYA
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Opening date: 06.11.1985
The station was opened as a southbound extension of the Serpukhovskaya radial line.

Station design: column-type three-vaulted shallow station of precast concrete.

Station architects: .Kyllar, Z.Kholupa, .Brzhuskova, V.Cheryomin
Vestibule architects: .Kyllar, Z.Kholupa, .Brzhuskova, V.Cheryomin
Design engineers: Ya.Kroupa, G.Romantsev, .Kupreenko
: Bortozh and Shiller

   The station walls are lined with brown ceramic tiles and its square columns are lined with golden metal panels. The white suspended ceiling adorns the station. The interior of the station is decorated with the works of Czech craftsmen and the vestibule features sculptures depicting Prague now and before. The passageway contains a sculpture of the river Vltava, which is one of the most famous sights of Prague. The entrance of the station is adorned with a sculpture Intercosmos (sculptor Ya.Gana).
   Special noise absorbing materials were used at the stage of station construction, which helped to decrease the noise level from arriving trains.
   The construction of this station was a result of a partnership agreement between the Soviet and Czech metro workers. Its like a unique part of Prague in Moscow the station has the design of a typical Prague metro station. At the same time Moskevská station was built in Prague and international brigades worked at the construction of these metro stations.
   Moskevská station in Prague was later renamed, and its present name is Anděl. The architecture of the station was partly changed too.

Way out:
   via the north vestibule (opens at 5:30) up the escalators to ulitsa Kirovogradskaya.
   via the south vestibule (opens at 5:35) up the escalators to ulitsa Kirovogradskaya, ulitsa Krasnogo Mayaka, trade centre Elektronny Rai.



Photo by Anatoliy Shestakov
Photo by Anatoliy Shestakov


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