Gafur Gulom (Tashkent Metro)

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Gafur Gulom
Tashkent Metro
Станция метро Гафур Гулям.jpg
Location Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Coordinates 41°19′40″N 69°14′49″E / 41.327831°N 69.246981°E / 41.327831; 69.246981Coordinates: 41°19′40″N 69°14′49″E / 41.327831°N 69.246981°E / 41.327831; 69.246981
Platforms island platform
Tracks 2
History
Opened 1989-11-04
Services
Preceding station   Tashkent Metro   Following station
toward Beruniy
Oʻzbekiston Line
toward Chkalov

Gafur Gulom is a station of the Tashkent Metro on Oʻzbekiston Line which was opened on 6 November 1989. Station is named after Gafur Gulom, an Uzbek poet, writer and translator. Stations are decorated artist S. Sultonmuradov. To finish the station used marble, granite, metal, glass, composition of artistic ceramics. Columns supporting a set of stations have many faces, the upper part of the column is thickened. Illuminating station lights hidden in the domes.

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