Saint Petersburg Metro
Saint Petersburg Metro
Saint Petersburg Metro is a metro system in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The metro, which opened in 1955, currently consists of 5 lines and 72 stations.
The Deepest and Most Beautiful Subway in the World
Saint Petersburg Metro is a metro system in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The metro, which opened in 1955, currently consists of 5 lines and 72 stations. With a total length of 105.5 km, the metro is the deepest metro network in the world.
The construction of the metro started in 1941 during World War II. It was interrupted by World War II. Work resumed after the war and ended with the Moskovskaya and Nevskaya lines opened in 1955.
Prominent architects and artists from the Soviet period took part in the construction of the metro. Metro stations are considered some of the best examples of Soviet architecture.
Meanings of Figures on the Walls
The walls of metro stations display the best examples of socialist realism art of the Soviet period. These figures reflect the life, history and culture of the Soviet people.
For example, the walls of Admiralteyskaya station depict the victories of the Russian navy. The walls of Gostiny Dvor station reflect the richness and diversity of Russian culture. The walls of Pushkinskaya station depict Alexander Pushkin, one of the most important figures of Russian literature.
Importance of Metro
Saint Petersburg Metro is not only a transportation system, but also an important cultural and historical symbol of the city. Metro stations are considered works of art reflecting Soviet history and culture.
Metro is an important means of transportation connecting the two sides of the city. Serving approximately 3.4 million passengers daily, the metro is one of the busiest transportation systems in the city.
The metro is also an important tourism center of the city. Every year, millions of tourists visit the city to see the metro stations.
Important Metro Stations
The most important stations of the Saint Petersburg Metro are:
- Admiralteyskaya: It is the deepest station of the city. It is located at a depth of 86 meters. It is famous for its murals depicting the victories of the Russian navy.
- Gostiny Dvor: It is one of the busiest stations in the city. It is famous for its murals that reflect the richness and diversity of Russian culture.
- Pushkinskaya: It is famous for its murals depicting Alexander Pushkin, one of the most important figures of Russian literature.
- Nevski Prospekt: It is a station located on the most important street of the city. It is famous for its murals that reflect the beauty of Nevsky Prospekt.
- Pionerskaya: It is one of the youngest stations in the city. It is famous for its murals reflecting Soviet childhood and youth.