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THE DEEPEST STATION. The deepest station of the capital's subway system is presently Park Pobedy (Victory Park), which opened on the Arbatsko-Pokrovskaya line on May 6, 2003. Buried nearly 85 meters underground, it is far deeper than most stations, whose depth rarely exceeds 50 meters.
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Dmitriy Berdasov

NAJDUBLJA STANICA. Najdublja stanica podzemnog sustava glavnog grada trenutno je Park Pobedi (Park Pobjede) koja je otvorena na Arbatsko-Pokrovskoj liniji 6. svibnja 2003. Nalazi se na 85 metara ispod zemlje i puno je dublja od mnogih stanica, čija dubina rijetko prelazi 50 metara.
THE SHALLOWEST STATION. Just five meters of soil separate passengers from sunlight at Pechatniki station. Part of its roof even pokes out a few meters above ground, and care was taken to backfill the site during construction.

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NAJPLITKIJA STANICA. Samo pet metara zemlje odvaja putnike od sunčeve svjetlosti na stanici Pečatniki. Dio krova čak viri nekoliko metara iznad zemlje, a nakon izgradnje trebalo je natrag nanositi zemlju na nju.
THE LONGEST STATION. Including the approach corridors, Vorobyovy Gory (Sparrow Hills) on the Sokolniki line stretches 284 meters, a record for the Moscow Metro. It takes 4 minutes to walk from one end of the platform to the other. Opened in 1959, it was also the world's first subway station to be built on top of a bridge over water.

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NAJDULJA STANICA. Zajedno s dolaznim i odlaznim peronima, stanica Vorobjove gore (Vrapčje gore) na liniji Sokoljniki proteže se na 284 metra, što je rekord za Moskovski metro. Potrebno je 4 minute da prehodate stanicu s jednog kraja na drugi. Otvorena 1959., bila je također prva stanica na svijetu koja je izgrađena na vrhu mosta iznad rijeke.
THE MOST LUXURIOUS STATION. As conceived by the constructors, Komsomolskaya station on the Circle line was to serve as a gateway to Moscow and stun arriving visitors by the majesty and power of the Soviet capital. Therefore, no expense was spared: the station became the apotheosis of Stalinist Empire style and gigantomania. Even the diameter of the central tunnel, at 11.5 meters, exceeds the standard by a full 2 meters. Because of this, the station possesses the highest ceiling in the capital's subway, which is decorated with eight mosaic panels made of smalt and precious stones.

Lori

NAJLUKSUZNIJA STANICA. Prema zamisli arhitekata, Komsomolska stanica na Koljcovoj liniji trebala je predstavljati ulaz u Moskvu pa je veličanstvenost I moć Sovjetskog Saveza odmah trebala impresionirati putnike koji stižu. Stoga nije bilo štednje: stanica je postala apoteoza staljinističkog imperijalističkog stila i gigantomanije. Čak i promjer centralnog tunela od 11.5 metara prelazi standarde za cijela 2 metra. Zato ova stanica ima najviši strop u metrou glavnog grada, ukrašen s osam mozaičnih ploča napravljenih od poludragog i dragog kamenja.
THE NARROWEST STATION. The narrowest station of the Moscow Metro is Volgogradsky Prospect on the Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskaya line with a non-standard platform width and distance between station columns of just 4 meters.

Dmitriy Berdasov

NAJUŽA STANICA. Najuža stanica Moskovskog metroa je Volgogradski prospekt na Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskoj liniji s nestandardnom širinom perona i udaljenosti među stupcima stanice od samo 4 metra.
THE CURVIEST STATION. Alexandrovsky Sad on the Filevskaya line boasts a steep radius of curvature and then some: fully 750 meters. Every time a train departs, the on-duty supervisor inspects the tail from the middle of the platform, since the rear compartments are not visible from the driver's cab. The locomotive crew can only set off when permission is granted. The Moscow Metro is home to five other stations with arc-shaped platforms: Pyatnitskoe Shosse, Kutuzovskaya, Zyablikovo, Mezhdunarodnaya, and Vystavochnaya, but their curvature is less pronounced.

Dmitriy Berdasov

STANICA POD NAJVEĆIM ZAVOJEM. Aleksandrovski sad na Filevskoj liniji ima visok radijus zakrivljenja: punih 750 metara. Svaki put kada vlak kreće, nadzornik na dužnosti nadgleda kraj vlaka sa sredine stanice jer se kraj ne vidi iz vozačeve kabine. Lokomotiva može krenuti tek kada dobije dozvolu. Moskovski metro ima još pet stanica s u obliku luka: Pjatnickoe Šose, Kutuzovaja, Zjablikovo, Meždunarodnaja i Vistavočnaja ali njihovi su zavoji manje zakrivljeni.
THE MOST FRICKLE NAME. The frequent reversals of political fortune in the 20th century, whereby a prominent figure could suddenly become an enemy of the people, led many stations to lose their names in favor of one more in tune with the prevailing political mood. The most frequent victim of the fluctuations of the political elite was Okotny Ryad station on the Sokolniki line, which has been renamed no fewer than four times. That was the name it went by for the first 20 peacful years of its existence...

Igor Vanin

NAJNESTALNIJE IME. Učestale promjene političke sreće u 20 stoljeću, kada je kakva istaknuta ličnost mogla naglo postati neprijateljem naroda, dovela je do toga da su mnoge stanice izgubile svoje ime i dobile novo u skladu s novim političkim raspoloženjem. Najčešća žrtva fluktuacija političkih elita bila je stanica Ohotni Rjad na liniji Sokoljniki koju su preimenovali čak četiri puta. Ovo je bilo njeno ime u prvih 20 mirnih godina njenog postojanja...
Then, in 1955, it was rebranded rather mundanely as "Imeni Kaganovicha" in honor of Lazar Kaganovich, who had attained the zenith of his career. However, two years later, when Kaganovich was declared a member of an anti-Party group and removed from all posts, the station was hastily renamed back to Okhotny Ryad. In 1961, as part of the renaming of several streets in Moscow, the station was christened "Marx Prospect," before being reunited with its historical appellation in 1990 on the eve of the collapse of the Soviet Union.

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Zatim se 1955. preimenovala u prilično običnu „Kaganovičevu“ stanicu u čast Lazara Kaganoviča, političara koji se nalazio na vrhuncu karijere. Ipak, dvije godine kasnije, kada je Kaganovič proglašen članom antipartijske organizacije i smijenjen sa svih pozicija, stanica je brzo opet prozvana Ohotni Rjad. Nakon toga, 1961., u sklopu preimenovanja nekoliko moskovskih ulica, stanicu su prekrstili u „Marxov prospekt“, prije nego što se ponovno vratila na svoje prvotno ime 1990., uoči raspada Sovjetskog Saveza.
THE LONGEST RUN. The longest run in the Moscow Metro exists between Strogino and Krylatskoe stations. Trains cover the 6.625 km stretch between them in 7 minutes.

Anna Arinova

NAJDUŽE TRAČNICE. Najduže tračnice u Moskovskom metrou protežu se između stanica Strogino i Krilatske. Vlakovi pređu udaljenost od 6.625 km za 7 minuta.
THE BUSIEST STATION. The dubious honor of being the busiest station belongs to Vykhino at the end of the Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskaya line. According to official data, the passenger traffic exceeds 170,000 people a day. At rush hour, the entire station is packed to the gills, and passengers who manage to get to the platform generally have to wait for the second or third train before embarking.

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STANICA S NAJVEĆOM GUŽVOM. Sumnjiva čast stanice s najvećom gužvom pripala je Vihinoj, na kraju Tagansko-Krasnopresnenske linije. Po službenim podacima promet putnika prelazi 170,000 ljudi dnevno. U doba najveće gužve stanica je puna kao košnica a putnici koji uspiju doći do nje obično moraju pričekati drugi ili treći vlak da uspiju ući.
THE LONGEST UNDER CONSTRUCTION. Spartak station on the Tagansko-Kasnopresnenskaya line holds the anti-record for the most protracted construction period. Laid almost 40 years ago in 1975, at the same time as the Oktyabrskoe Pole-Planernaya extension of the Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskaya line, it still hasn't been opened.

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NAJDUŽE GRAĐENA STANICA. Stanica Spartak na Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskoj liniji drži anti-rekord za najduži period gradnje. Započeta prije gotovo 40 godina 1975., u isto vrijeme kad i produžetak Tagansko-Krasnopresnenske linije Oktjabrskoe Polje-Planernaja, još uvijek nije otvorena.
Spartak station was originally intended to serve residents of a micro region due to be sited at Tushino airfield. But the housing project was abandoned and with it plans for the station, which was mothballed in mid-construction, the entrances being filled up with soil

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Stanica Spartak prvotno je trebala služiti stanovnicima mikroregije koja bi bila izgrađena na aerodromu Tušino. Ali projekt izgradnje naselja je napušten a time i planovi za stanicu, koji su završili u naftalinu usred izgradnje dok su njeni ulazi zatrpani zemljom.
In the 21st century, the Mayor's Office decided to resume work on the construction of Spartak, which will now serve the new Open Arena soccer stadium. According to the construction schedule, it will carry its first passengers in March 2014.

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U 21. stoljeću, Ured gradonačelnika odlučio je ponovno započeti radove na izgradnji stanice Spartak koji će sada služiti novom nogometnom stadionu Open Arena. Prema planovima izgradnje, prve će putnike povesti u ožujku 2014. godine.
5. lipnja 2013.
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