Poshtova Ploshcha (Kyiv Metro)

Poshtova Ploshcha (Ukrainian: Поштова площа, (About this soundlisten)) is a station on Kyiv Metro's Obolonsko–Teremkivska Line. The station was opened on 17 December 1976, and is named after Kyiv's Poshtova Square (Post Square) near the Dnieper's embankment in the historic Podil neighbourhood. It was designed by A.S. Krushynskyi, T.A. Tselykovska, I.L. Maslenkov, and V.S. Bohdanovskyi.

Poshtova Ploshcha
KyivMetroLogo.png Kyiv Metro station
Poshtova Ploscha Metro Station Kiev 2011 01.JPG
The Station Hall
LocationPodilskyi District
Kyiv
Ukraine
Coordinates50°27′33″N 30°31′30″E / 50.45917°N 30.52500°E / 50.45917; 30.52500Coordinates: 50°27′33″N 30°31′30″E / 50.45917°N 30.52500°E / 50.45917; 30.52500
Owned byKyiv Metro
Line(s)Obolonsko–Teremkivska line Obolonsko–Teremkivska line
Platforms1
Tracks2
Construction
Structure typeunderground
Platform levels1
Other information
Station code216
History
Opened17 December 1976 (1976-12-17)
ElectrifiedYes
Services
Preceding station   Kyiv Metro   Following station
towards Heroiv Dnipra
Obolonsko–Teremkivska Line
towards Teremky

The station is located shallow underground and consists of a central hall with columns. At the end of the station's hall, there is a stained glass decorative window. The station is accessible by passenger tunnels leading from the Volodymyrskyi Decent and the Poshtova Square. Near the station, the Kyiv Funicular is located, providing a main access to the station from the central part of Kyiv.

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