Metro Station “Prospekt Mira” (Проспект Мира) in Moscow is located on the distance approximately 3,2 kilometers to north of the city center (Red Square), near the intersection of Prospect Mira and Durova streets. There are two Metro Stations “Prospect Mira” on two lines of the Moscow subways (Koltsevaya Line and Kaluzhsko-Rizhskaya Line). Stations are connected by transition. Ground-based lobbies of stations are located on the distance approximately 250 meters from each other.
The station “Prospekt Mira” of circle line
The “Prospekt Mira” station of the Moscow Metro Circle Line (line 5, brown line) is located between the stations “Komsomolskaya” and “Novoslobodskaya”. The station was opened January 30th 1952. Initially, up to October 26, 1966 station was called “Botanical Garden”.
The station has one terrestrial. The station lobby is built-in into a residential building on Prospekt Mira Street (house 38). Transition to Kaluzhsko-Rizhskaya subway line begins in the western end face of the station underground hall.
The “Prospekt Mira” station of Kaluzhsko-Rizhskaya line
The “Prospekt Mira” station of Kaluzhsko-Rizhskaya line (orange line) of the Moscow Metro is located between the stations “Rizhskaya” and “Sukharevskaya”. The station was opened May 1, 1958. Initially, up to October 26, 1966 station has name “Botanical Garden”.
The station has one terrestrial lobby, which is located on the first floor of the Corps of Engineers building of the Moscow Metro (house 41 Building 2).
In the southern end face of the station central hall is located the transition to the same name station of Circle line.
There are located near the metro station “Prospect Mira” in Moscow:
- Botanical Garden of Moscow State University. This is the oldest botanical garden in Russia.
- Stadium “Olympiysky”. “Olympiysky” is a one of the largest indoor sports center of Russia.
- Hotel “Reakom”.