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Sennaya Ploshchad (Saint Petersburg Metro)

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Sennaya Ploshchad
Saint Petersburg Metro station
Metro SPB Line2 Sennaya.jpg
Station Hall
LocationAdmiralteysky District
Saint Petersburg
Russia
Coordinates59°55′38″N 30°19′13″E / 59.9271°N 30.3203°E / 59.9271; 30.3203
Owned bySaint Petersburg Metro
Line(s)
Line 2 (Saint Petersburg Metro)
Moskovsko–Petrogradskaya Line
Platforms1 (Island platform)
Tracks2
Construction
Structure typeUnderground
History
Opened1 July 1963
ElectrifiedThird rail
Previous namesPloshchad Mira
Services
Preceding station Spb metro logo.svg Saint Petersburg Metro Following station
Nevsky Prospekt
towards Parnas
Line 2 Tekhnologichesky Institut
towards Kupchino
Terminus Line 4
transfer at Spasskaya
Dostoyevskaya
Admiralteyskaya Line 5
transfer at Sadovaya
Zvenigorodskaya
towards Shushary

Sennaya Ploshchad (Russian: Сеннáя плóщадь, IPA: [sʲɪˈnːajə ˈploɕːɪtʲ], Sennaya Square) is a station on the Moskovsko-Petrogradskaya Line of Saint Petersburg Metro.

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History

The station opened on 1 July 1963.[1] It is a deep underground pylon station. Its surface vestibule is situated near Sennaya Square, which gives its name to the station. The Saviour Church on Sennaya Square was demolished to give way for construction of the entrance to the station.[2] Before 1992 both the square and the station were known under the name Ploshchad Mira (Peace Square).[3] In June 1999 the concrete canopy of the surface vestibule collapsed, killing seven.[4] The station is connected to the station Spasskaya of the Pravoberezhnaya Line and Sadovaya of the Frunzensko-Primorskaya Line via an underground transfer corridor.

On 3 April 2017, a suicide bomber blew himself up on a train between stations Sennaya Ploschad and Tekhnologichesky Institut, leaving 14 people dead and at least 49 people injured.[citation needed]

References

  1. ^ Ерофеев, Алексей (2017-01-12). "Сенная площадь". Путеводитель по улицам и истории Петербурга. Все достопримечательности в шаговой доступности от станций метро (in Russian). Litres. ISBN 9785457724716.
  2. ^ Щукин, Василий (2007-01-01). Российский гений просвещения: исследования в области мифопоэтики и истории идей (in Russian). РОССПЭН. p. 506. ISBN 9785824307726.
  3. ^ Ерофеев, Алексей (2017-01-12). "Сенная площадь". Путеводитель по улицам и истории Петербурга. Все достопримечательности в шаговой доступности от станций метро (in Russian). Litres. ISBN 9785457724716.
  4. ^ Беззубцев-Кондаков, Александр Евгеньевич (2010-02-11). Почему это случилось?: техногенные катастрофы в России (in Russian). Издательский дом "Питер". p. 158. ISBN 9785498076959.

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