Heroiv Dnipra (Kiev Metro)

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Heroiv Dnipra
KyivMetroLogo.png Kiev Metro station
Heroiv Dnipra metro station Kiev 2011 01.jpg
The Station Hall
Coordinates 50°31′22″N 30°29′55″E / 50.52278°N 30.49861°E / 50.52278; 30.49861Coordinates: 50°31′22″N 30°29′55″E / 50.52278°N 30.49861°E / 50.52278; 30.49861
Owned by Kiev Metro
Line(s) Kurenivsko-Chervonoarmiyska Line Kurenivsko-Chervonoarmiyska Line
Platforms 1
Tracks 2
Construction
Structure type underground
Platform levels 1
Other information
Station code 210
History
Opened 1982-11-06
Electrified Yes
Services
Preceding station   Kiev Metro   Following station
Terminus Kurenivsko-Chervonoarmiyska Line
toward Teremky

Heroiv Dnipra (Ukrainian: Героїв Дніпра literally: Heroes of the Dnieper) is a station on Kiev Metro's Kurenivsko-Chervonoarmiyska Line. The station was opened on November 6, 1982 in the Obolonskyi Raion of Kiev and was designed by G.D. Andreev. The Metro station is named after the street directly above it.

The station is closer to the surface than a lot of other Metro stations. The platform has a central hall with brown square columns. The walls are adorned with white and yellow marble, and the floor is red granite. There are socialist red stars (due to be removed due to 2015 decommunization laws[1]) at the top of the columns, which is also where the station's lighting comes from. The station is accessible by two passenger tunnels; one leading to Obolonskyi Prospect and the other to Heroiv Dnipra Street (from which it takes its name).

Entrance to Heroiv Dnipra Metro Station 

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