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The metro station Narvskaya in St. Petersburg

The metro station Narvskaya in St. Petersburg (станция метро Нарвская) is located south of the city center, next to Stachek square, at the junction Prospekt Stachek Street and Staro-Peterhofsky street. The station is located at a distance approximately 4.5 kilometers to south of the Palace Square. The Narvsksys station is located on the Vyborgsko-Kirovskaya Petersburg subway line (line 1, red line) between stations "Baltiyskaya" and "Kirovsky Zavod".

The station was opened November 15, 1955. The station vestibule is located in a separate building on the Stachek square. Underground Hall is located at a depth about 50 meters.

The station is an object of cultural heritage of regional significance. The station hall is an example of design of the USSR 50-ies. The station design may be interesting to tourists.

There is located near metro station “Narvskaya” in St. Petersburg:

  • Palace of Culture named after Gorky. Address: Prospect Stachek, 4, St. Petersburg.
  • Park "Ekateringof." Address: Liflyandskaya Street 12, St. Petersburg.
  • Narvskaya Triumphal Arch. The monument of architecture (1827-1834).
  • Stadium "Kirovets".
  • Saint Petersburg State University of Plant Polymers. Address: Ivan Chernykh Street, 4 St. Petersburg.
  • Hotel "Narva Inn." Address: Ivan Chernykh Street 10, St. Petersburg, Russia.
  • Hotel "Logos." Address: Narvsky Prospekt, 13B, St. Petersburg.

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