Komsomolskaya Square three stations

  • CHesnokovo, Russia
  • Komsomolskaya pl., Moscow 
    Komsomolskaya Square (or the area of ​​three stations: Leningrad, Kazan and Yaroslavl) is one of the most famous squares of Moscow. Near the railway station is located vakzalamі "Kalanchevskaya." By 1933, the area was known as Kalanchevskaya since before the place was a field with a bell tower, built by King.

    Its current name area was in 1933 in honor of the Komsomol, who built the first line of the Moscow metro as a gift to the 15th anniversary of the All-Union Leninist Young Communist League (YCL). Between Yaroslavl and Leningrad vakzalamі was built pavilion station "Komsomolskaya", which was later replaced by a new pavilion, which combines the old and the new station "Komsomolsk-ring."

    Completes the ensemble of the square hotel "Leningradskaya", built in Soviet times.
    • attractions
      • Galleries and Museums

Sights nearby

Monument Melnikov - the first Minister of Railways
Square near the monument PP Melnikov
Leningrad Station
The metro station "Komsomolskaya"
The building of the hotel "Leningrad"
Kazansky Station
Yaroslavsky Station
Monument VI Lenin at the Yaroslavl Station
Department of Moscow
Church of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul in Novobasmannoy Quarter
House GG Gogel - SI Pleshcheeva
Urban homestead ND Staheeva
Goddess of the night lamp
Former chief manor house princes Kurakins
Height on the Red Gate Square
Moscow House of Nationalities
House Steam locomotive in Moscow
Metro station "Red Gate"
Academician Sakharov Prospect
Lermontov monument in Moscow
Red Gate Square in Moscow
Repair and construction of a monument in Moscow
Permanent Mission of the Republic of Sakha under the President of the Russian Federation
Garden Bauman
Street Alexander Lukyanov

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