PUSHKINSKAYA

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PUSHKINSKAYA (1956)

"PUSHKIN"

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Named After

A.S. Pushkin (1799-1837), a Russian poetry genius who spent his youth in Tsarskoe Selo (Tsar's Village), now Town of Pushkin, located along the Vitebsk Rail Road

Location

Zagorodniy Prospekt (Country Avenue) @ Vitebsk RR Terminal

Décor subject

Pushkin in Tsarskoe Selo

Station Type

Pylon

Station Level

Deep

Basic Structure

Pylons with pilasters support vaulted ceiling

Wall facing

Snow-white marble

Pylon Facing

Dark-red Ukrainian granite

Floor Facing

 

Lighting

Double row of tall bronze lamps with crystal bowls

Art

Spires and shields decorate pylons as the Pushkin's time in the early 19th century, style elements; Vaulted ceiling is decorated with molded wreath; Pushkin statue with a landscape painting depicting Tsarskoe Selo park scene, on the background in the side's niche.

   

Vestibule Type

Built-in into the administrative building in 1956

Vestibule Level

Surface

Exterior Structure

 

Lighting

 

Art

 

Interior Structure

 

Wall Facing

 

Column Facing

 

Floor Facing

 

Lighting

 

Art

Medallion with bas-relief portrait of Pushkin over the escalator tunnel

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