May 31, 2011

Ulitsa 1905 goda metro station in Moscow

 Ulitsa 1905 goda station is named for nearby street which commemorates the events of the Russian Revolution in 1905. The grey marble shade is punctuated metallic artworks showing the numbers 1905 and torches. The station features pink marble columns and grey granite floor. The station's track walls were decorated with marble instead of ceramic tiles. Also they are faced with grey marble and adorned with torches of anodized aluminum plates with numbers 1905 (photos below) on them. You can find the Ulitsa 1905 goda metro station's original and unique photos only in the our website
  • Russian : Станция метро Улица 1905 года
  • Opening date : 30.12.1972
  • Architects : Robert Pogrebnoy
  • Artists : Yuriy Korolev
  • Lines : Tagansko - Krasnopresnenskaya Line
  • Line Number : 7
  • Depth :  meters
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