Line 4 Filyovskaya (Light Blue)
Filyovskaya (Fili) Line (until 1971 - Arbat-Filyovskaya is the fourth line of the Moscow metro. It was opened in 1935 and passes in the western part of the city through the historic district of Fili, which explains its name. One of the two lines of the Moscow metro (the second is the Butovskaya line), most of which is on the surface. Most stations on the line are short, designed to receive trains of a maximum of six standard wagons. Also on the line, there are many curves and slopes on the line. The diagrams are indicated by light blue color and the number of Filevskaya line is 4 (Four).
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