Nevsky Prospekt metro station in St. Petersburg

Nevsky Prospekt is a station of the St. Petersburg Metro. It is located on the Moscow-Petrogradskaya line, between the Sennaya Ploshchad and Gorkovskaya metro station, Central district of St. Petersburg.

The station was opened on July 1, 1963 as part of the Technological Institute – Petrogradskaya section. The name is associated with the location on the main thoroughfare of the city of the same name.

In November 1967, a transfer hub was opened at the northern end of the station to the Gostiny Dvor station of the Nevsko-Vasileostrovskaya line. On April 30, 1968, as part of the second launch site near the Griboyedov Canal, the second exit of the Gostiny Dvor station was opened, called Nevsky Prospekt-2.

Nevsky Prospekt is a deep-laying pylon station (depth – 63 m). The underground hall was designed by architect S. G. Mayofis and engineer B. D. Maksimov.

The stretch between Nevsky Prospekt and Gorkovskaya is the deepest in the world (its deepest point is 126 meters).

Address: Nevsky prospekt, 30, St. Petersburg

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