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Yaroslavsky voksal railway station

Submitted by Visit Plus on Sat, 05/17/2014 - 23:57

Yaroslavsky railway station (Yaroslavsky Rail Terminal, Ярославский вокзал) is the largest in terms of passengers’ traffic railway station of Moscow. It is one of nine railway stations in the city. Yaroslavsky railway station connects Moscow with regions of northern Russia, the Urals, Siberia and the Far East.

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Kazansky railway station

Submitted by Visit Plus on Thu, 05/23/2013 - 00:13

Kazansky railway station is one of nine railway stations of Moscow. Until 1894 the station was called “Ryazansky station”. It is one of the largest in Europe and one of the busiest railway stations in Moscow by number of passengers. The Moscow metro is the most convenient public transport to get to Kazansky railway station.

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Kiyevsky railway station

Submitted by Visit Plus on Sun, 05/29/2011 - 02:01

Kievsky railway station (Киевский вокзал, also Moscow Kiyevskaya railway station) is one of the 9 Moscow railway stations, passenger terminal of the Moscow Kiyevskaya station. The station serves long-distance trains, following in the western and south-western directions of Russia, as well as international trains. Station connects Moscow with Ukraine and Moldova.

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Belorussky railway station

Submitted by Visit Plus on Fri, 05/27/2011 - 15:45

Belorussky Railway Station (“Belorussky Rail Terminal”, Белорусский вокзал) is one of nine railway stations of Moscow, passenger terminal of Moscow-Passenger-Smolenskaya station. Belorussky Railway Station serves the long-distance trains to west and south-western regions of Russia as well as international trains. Belorussky station is connected to Sheremetyevo Airport by Aeroexpress trains.

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"Leningradsky Voksal" railway station

Submitted by Visit Plus on Tue, 05/17/2011 - 00:31

Leningradsky railway station (Leningradsky Rail Terminal, Ленинградский вокзал) is the oldest railway station in Moscow. It is one of nine railway stations of the city. Long-distance trains depart from the Leningradsky station to the north-west regions of Russia. The station serves trains leaving to the cities (coming from the cities): St.

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Moscow Metro

The Moscow Metro operates in the city Moscow and partly in the Moscow region. Metro is the most effective, cheapest and safest form of transport in Moscow. The Moscow Metro is one of the busiest subways of the world by number of carried passengers. In 2018, the Moscow metro has transported 2500 million passengers. Metro, buses and trams create an efficient public transport system in Moscow.

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Moscow Domodedovo airport

Submitted by Visit Plus on Tue, 05/03/2011 - 00:39

Moscow Domodedovo Airport is the second busiest airport of Russia in terms of passenger traffic. It is one of the twenty largest airports in Europe. The airport is located about 45 kilometers to south of the center of Moscow (the Kremlin and Red Square). The distance from the airport to the Moscow Ring Road (MKAD) is approximately 20 kilometers. According to statistics, the airport handled 30.5 million passengers in 2015.

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