Kievskaya station on the Filyovskaya (Fili) line of the Moscow Metro was initially opened on March 20, 1937, and closed in 1953 when the new Kievskaya station, intended to replace it, was completed. Due to a change of plans, however, it reopened after only five years as part of the new Filyovskaya line. The original architect was Dmitry Chechulin, design engineers – L.V. Voronetsky, and N.A. Kabanov.
Station construction: column-type, shallow-level.
Exit to: Kiyevsky railway terminal, Bol. Dorogomilovskaya street, Berezhkovskaya Embankment, Kievskaya street, Bryanskaya street.
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