Arbatskaya metro station (Filyovskaya Line)

Arbatskaya is a station on the Filyovskaya Line of the Moscow Metro. Located on the line between the stations “Alexandrovsky Sad” and “Smolenskaya” (Filyovskaya Line).

It was opened on May 15, 1935 as part of the section of the first stage. The original project name was Arbat Square.

It is named after Arbat Street, as well as the station of the same name on the Arbatsko-Pokrovskaya line.

It was opened on May 15, 1935 as part of the first section of the Moscow Metro of 13 stations – Sokolniki – Park Kultury with a branch line Okhotny Ryad – Smolenskaya.

One of the most deserted stations in the Moscow metro: passenger traffic is 12,100 people per day (most of the passengers use the other Arbatskaya station, where there is a transfer to other lines). Depth of laying – 8 meters.

Nearest attractions: New Arbat Avenue, Church of Simeon Stolpnik on Povarskaya, Khudozhestvenny cinema, Vozdvizhenka Street, Gogol boulevard.

Address: Moscow, Arbat square.

See also Moscow transport systemMoscow railwaysMoscow metro.

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