The metro station “Ulitsa Dybenko” in Saint Petersburg (станция метро Улица Дыбенко) is located in the eastern part of the city, on the right bank of the Neva River, at the intersection of Prospect Bolshevikov and Dybenko Street.
Station "Ulitsa Dybenko" is the terminus of the Pravoberezhnaya line of St. Petersburg metro (line 4, the orange line). Te nearest station on the line is Prospekt Bolshevikov. It is planned to built further the metro line extension and construction the station “Kudrovo” (not before 2017). The station is the nearest to the shopping center Mega-Dybenko (distance about 3 km). The distance to the Palace Square is about 10.5 kilometers.
The station was opened on 1 October 1987. The station ground pavilion is located at the junction of Prospect Bolshevikov and the Dybenko Street.
Near the metro station Ulitsa Dybenko in St. Petersburg are located:
- Telecommunications University named after Professor Bonch-Bruevich. Address: Prospect Bolshevikov, 22, St. Petersburg.
- Shopping and entertainment center “Nevsky”.
- Park named after Sergey Esenin. (In the park is the Okkervil River.)
- Hotel. Address: Kollontai Street31/2, St. Petersburg, Russia.
Metro station location on the city map.