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Three Stations of Moscow Metro Recognized as Architectural Monuments
16.01.2018 13:18
Three Stations of Moscow Metro Recognized as Architectural Monuments

Before the end of 2018, the status of cultural heritage sites of regional importance will be granted to all the metro stations of the Belt Line.

      Belorusskaya, Kievskaya and Komsomolskaya stations of the Moscow Metro have been recognized as architectural monuments and will be included in the National Register of Cultural Heritage Sites.

      The best metro stations of the Belt Line were chosen by Moscow dwellers, with over 266 thousand people having participated in the poll.

      The Belorusskaya, Kievskaya and Komsomolskaya stations were built in the 1950s.

      It is a reminder that other 12 (out of 207) stations of the Moscow metro are among architectural monuments: Avtozavodskaya (1943), Baumanskaya (1944), Partizanskaya (1944), Krasnye Vorota (1935), Kropotkinskaya (1935) , "Mayakovskaya" (1938), Novokuznetskaya (1943), Paveletskaya (1943), Semyonovskaya (1944), Chistye Prudy (1935), Electrozavodskaya (1944) and the University (1959) .


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Moscow Metro Architectural Monuments    

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