Dinamo (Moscow Metro)

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Dinamo
Moscow Metro station
MosMetro Dinamo platform 01-2016.jpg
Coordinates 55°47′23″N 37°33′29″E / 55.7897°N 37.5580°E / 55.7897; 37.5580Coordinates: 55°47′23″N 37°33′29″E / 55.7897°N 37.5580°E / 55.7897; 37.5580
Owned by Moskovsky Metropoliten
Line(s)  2  Zamoskvoretskaya Line
Platforms 1 island platform
Tracks 2
Connections Bus: 84, 105, 105k, 110, 207, 692
Trolleybus: 12, 29, 42, 70, 82, 86
Construction
Depth 39.6 metres (130 ft)
Platform levels 1
Parking No
Other information
Station code 036
History
Opened 11 September 1938; 78 years ago (1938-09-11)
Traffic
Passengers (2002) 21,808,750
Services
Preceding station   Moscow Metro   Following station
Zamoskvoretskaya Line
Route map
Khovrino (2016)
Rechnoy Vokzal North River Terminal
Vodny Stadion
Voykovskaya Leningradskaya railway station  14  (OSI)
Sokol yard
Sokol
Aeroport
Dinamo
Belorusskaya Belorussky railway station  5 
Mayakovskaya
Tverskaya  7   9 
Teatralnaya  1   3 
Novokuznetskaya  6   8 
Paveletskaya Paveletsky railway station  5 
Avtozavodskaya  14  (OSI)
Tekhnopark
Kolomenskaya
Kashirskaya  11A 
to Zamoskvoretskoye yard
Kantemirovskaya
Tsaritsyno Tsaritsyno railway station
Orekhovo
 (shuttle bus for Domodedovo International Airport)
Krasnogvardeyskaya  10 
Brateyevo yard
Alma-Atinskaya
Location
Dinamo is located in Moscow Ring Road
Moscow metro map including line 14.svg
Dinamo
Dinamo
Location within Moscow Ring Road

Dinamo (Russian: Дина́мо) is a Moscow Metro station on the Zamoskvoretskaya Line. It is located under Leningradsky Avenue, and named after the nearby Dinamo Stadium. The station was opened in 1938 as part of the second stage of the system. The station is situated at the depth of 39.6 metres (130 ft) and follows a tri-vaulted deep-level pylon design. Designed by Ya. Likhtenberg and Yury Revkovsky, the station features a sport-themed decoration with bas-reliefs designed by Ye. Yason-Manzer depicting sportsmen in various practices in the vestibules and the central hall.

The pylons, faced with red tagilian marble and onyx have porcelain medallions also showing sportsmen. The walls are faced with onyx, white and grey marble, neatly tiled together. The floor is reveted with black marble, although the platforms were initially covered with asphalt.

The station has two identical vestibules, each on the northern side of the Leningradsky Avenue, and the architect for the vestibules was Dmitry Chechulin.

The station daily passenger traffic is 52,500 although this is an annual average and is subject to heavy changes depending on events taking place at the nearby stadium.

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