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Fili (Metro)

For other uses of "Fili", see Fili (disambiguation).

Coordinates: 55°44.808333′N 37°30.83833333′E / 55.746805550°N 37.51397222217°E / 55.746805550; 37.51397222217

Fili (Russian: Фили) is a surface-level station on the Filyovskaya Line of the Moscow Metro. The station was opened on November 7, 1959, as the last surface side platform station on the line. The dual platforms are protected by canopies and are intersected at either end by road overpasses that provide additional shelter for waiting passengers. Two glazed upper-level entrance vestibule at both end of the station allow passengers to change platforms. The architects for the station were Robert Pogrebnoi and Yuriy Zenkevich. There is a transfer to a commuter train platform. The station receives a daily passenger traffic of 30,100.

Adjacent stations

Preceding station   Moscow Metro   Following station
toward Kuntsevskaya
Filyovskaya Line

External links

  • metro.ru
  • mymetro.ru
  • KartaMetro.info — Station location and exits on Moscow map (English/Russian)
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