Metro stations “Chistye Prudy”, “Turgenevskaya” and “Sretensky Bulvar”
Metro stations “Chistye Prudy”, “Turgenevskaya” and “Sretensky Bulvar” in Moscow are located in the central part of the city, on the Boulevard Ring, at a distance about 1.6 kilometers north-east of the city center (Red Square and the Kremlin). The stations ground halls are located at the intersection of the Boulevard Ring (Sretensky and Chistoprudny Boulevard) with Myasnitskaya streets and Sakharov Avenue. Subway stations are connected by passages and create three metro lines interchanging hub. This is one of the largest hubs of the Moscow Metro.
Metro station “Chistye Prudy”
Chistye Prudy metro station (станция метро Чистые пруды) is located on the Sokolnicheskaya Moscow metro line (line 1, red line) between stations "Krasniye Vorota" and "Lubyanka". The station was opened on 15 May 1935. The station is located at depth 35 meters under ground level.
Metro station is located next to Chistoprudny Boulevard and Chistye Prudy (Chistye Prudy is a pond and a small park). This explains the choice of the station name. Before 5 November 1990 the station was known as "Kirovskaya". During the Great Patriotic War (1941 – 1945) at the station were departments of the General Staff and defense.
The station has a ground entrance hall, located on Chistoprudny Boulevard next to the Myasnitskaya Street (Myasnitskie Vorota square). The station has a transition to the stations "Turgenevskaya" of Kaluzhsko-Rizhskaya line and the station "Sretensky Boulevard" of Lublinsko-Dmitrovskaya line.
The metro station "Sretensky Bulvar"
The metro station "Sretensky Bulvar" (станция метро Сретенский Бульвар, Sretensky Boulevard) is located on the Lublinsko-Dmitrovskaya metro line (line 10, light green line) between stations "Chkalovskaya" and "Trubnaya". The station is located at Turgenevskaya Square (intersection of Boulevard ring and Mysanitskaya Street. The station was opened on 29 December 2007. The station is located at depth 60 meters ground level under.
In the station underground hall design were used more than twenty-steel panels made by the artist Ivan Lubennikov. Views of the Boulevard Ring, trees, and monuments are depicted on the panels.
The station has an entrance in the underpass under the Turgenevskaya Square.
Transition to the station "Turgenevskaya" of Kaluzhsko-Rizhskaya line is located in the north end of the station central hall. Kirov monument is located in the transition between the stations "Turgenevskaya" and "Sretensky Boulevard".
At the southern end of the hall is an underground passage to the station "Chistiye Prudy" of Sokolnicheskaya metro line.
“Turgenevskaya” metro station
Turgenevskaya Metro Station is located on Kaluzhsko-Rizhskaya line of the Moscow Metro (line 6, the orange line) between stations "Sukharevskaya" and "Kitay-Gorod".
The metro station "Turgenevskaya" was opened on January 5, 1972. The station is located at Turgenevskaya Square. This explains choice of the station name. The station is located at depth 49 meters ground level under.
Transition to the station "Sretensky Boulevard" is located in the north end of the station hall. The transition has exit to the underpass under the Turgenevskaya Square.
Transition to the station "Chistiye Prudi" is in the station hall center.
Chistye Prudy, Turgenevskaya and Sretesky Boulevard are the nearest metro station for:
- Theatre “Et Cetera”. Address: 101000, Moscow, Frolov Pereulok, 2.
- “Tabakov” Theater. Address: Str. Chaplygin, 1A, Moscow.
- Moscow Post Office. Address: Myasnitskaya street, 26.
- Hotel "Apartments Mama Ro Chistye Prudy". There is a kitchenette with a dining area. Address: Gusyatnikov Lane 4, building 3, Moscow, Russia.
- "Olympus" hostel. It is inexpensive accommodations in the center of Moscow. There is a kitchen for general use. Address: Myasnitskaya Street 21/8 building 5/ 21, Moscow, Russia.
- "Bulvar" hotel. There is a restaurant, sauna and free WiFi in public areas. Address: Sretenka Street 1, Moscow, Russia. (Hotel reservation in Moscow.)
Stations location on the map.