Barysaŭski trakt

Barysaŭski trakt, (also referred to as Barysawski trakt or Borisovskiy trakt) (Belarusian: Барысаўскі тракт; Russian: Борисовский тракт, romanizedBorisovskiy trakt, IPA: [bɐˈrʲisəfskʲɪj trakt]) is a Minsk Metro station on the Maskoŭskaja line. Opened on November 7, 2007[1] the station's name is derived from the Barysaŭ Highway which leads to a city that is northeast of Minsk.

Barysaŭski Trakt
Minsk Metro sign logo.png Minsk Metro Station
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Station Hall
Coordinates53°56′21″N 27°40′2″E / 53.93917°N 27.66722°E / 53.93917; 27.66722Coordinates: 53°56′21″N 27°40′2″E / 53.93917°N 27.66722°E / 53.93917; 27.66722
Owned byMinsk Metro
Line(s)Maskowskaya line Maskowskaya line
PlatformsIsland platform
Tracks2
Construction
Structure typeUnderground
Other information
Station code123
History
Opened2007-11-07
Services
Preceding station   Minsk Metro   Following station
Terminus
Maskowskaya Line
toward Malinawka

The station will be a standard single level pillar-bispan with hi-tech aestatic design of white and red colours. Station exits will lead to the Belarusian National Technical University and East (Maskoŭskija) cemetery.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Schwandl, Robert. "Minsk". urbanrail. Archived from the original on 2017-05-07. Retrieved 2019-03-27.