The new station "Alma-Ata” on Zamoskvoretskaya line of the Moscow metro will take the first passengers on Monday, December 24 of 2012, reports RIA Novosti on Friday.
Alma –Ata station is shallow, single-vault with two entrance halls. The northern part will be in Brateyevskaya street with exits to the residential construction site and the southern part located near Klyuchevaya Street will have exit to residential houses.
Alma –Ata station will be the 187th station of Moscow subway. The name “Alma-Ata” was given at the request of the leaders of Kazakhstan and Almaty City Administration to celebrate friendship between Russia and Kazakhstan and to commemorate the feat of the legendary Panfilov Division. The battalion under the commandership of Baurzhan Momyshuly heroically battled on Volokolamsk highway at village Matronino near Moscow in 1941, stopped fascists and went onto the counter offensive.
The station under the name “Moscow” will be built in Almaty.
WKT citing ria.ru
December 21 2012, 15:30
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