Alexander Nevsky Square 2 metro station in St. Petersburg

Alexander Nevsky Square 2 (official name – Ploschad’ Aleksandra Nevskogo 2) is a station of the St. Petersburg Metro. It is located on the fourth (Lakhtinsko-Pravoberezhnaya) line between the Ligovsky Prospekt and Novocherkasskaya stations, Central District of St. Petersburg.

The vestibule was designed by architects A. S. Getskin, N. V. Romashkin-Timanov and engineer V. G. Samosudov with the participation of K. G. Leontiev (Lenmetrogiprotrans Institute). It got its name from its location on the square of the same name.

The station pavilion was designed by architects A. S. Getskin and V. P. Shuvalova.

In 1974, in front of the lobby building, the Moskva Hotel was erected, located at the very end of Nevsky Prospekt, opposite the entrance to the Alexander Nevsky Lavra.

Ploshchad Aleksandra Nevskogo-2 is a deep column station (depth ≈ 60 m). The underground hall was built according to the project of architects G. N. Buldakov, V. N. Shcherbin and A. P. Volkova

The station is a transfer hub for the trains of the Nevsko-Vasileostrovskaya line.

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