Many do not know which subway station is locatedKazan Station. This is not surprising, because the name of the station does not match the name of the metro. In fact, it is located on Komsomolskaya (formerly Kalanchevskaya) Square, which is also called the "Square of Three Railway Stations", because it houses Yaroslavsky, Leningrad and Kazan stations.
Today Kazan station (metro station"Komsomolskaya") serves many popular destinations. You can get to the Black Sea coast, the Vladikavkaz and Stavropol regions, visit Samara, Kazan, Yekaterinburg, Nizhny Novgorod, as well as the regions of the eastern part of Russia.
From the Kazan railway station are directelectric trains to Lyubertsy, Shatura, Yegoryevsk, Voskresensk, Kolomna, Ramenskoye, Rybnoye, Kurovskoye, Zhukovsky and Ryazan. This train station is one of the largest in Europe, with about 70 long-distance trains and about 200 pairs of electric trains departing every day.
The architects of the project are Shekhtel and Shchusev,who came up with the basic idea of construction. They decided that the station should be built in the traditions of Russian national architecture, with a high central tower surrounded by buildings of varying storeys and volumes.
Kazan station (metro station "Komsomolskaya")- this is the greatest structure, which comes to Komsomolskaya Square, Novoryazanskaya Street and Ryazan Passage with three facades. The main attraction of the building is the central tower, whose height reaches 73 meters, resembling the tower of the Kazan Kremlin. At its top is the figure of the serpent Zilant, the oldest symbol of Kazan.
Studying the sights of the capital, be sure tovisit the Kazan station (metro station "Komsomolskaya"). This is an outstanding architectural monument and one of the most beautiful buildings in Moscow. Already at the metro station you will enjoy the greatest creations of architects and sculptors of a bygone era and plunge into the atmosphere of old Moscow.