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The trains in Moscow depart from 8 train stations

Leningradsky

Leningradsky

  • 3 Komsomolskaya sqr.
  • 8-800-775-00-00
  • Komsomolskaya 1
Leningradsky railway terminal is situated in the center of Moscow, in Komsomolskaya square, where another two terminals are situated - Yaroslavsky and Kazansky. Leningradsky Train Station is the oldest train terminal of Moscow, it was built in 1849. It serves North-Western Russia, including St.Petersburg, Novgorod, Petrozavodsk, Murmansk, Finland and Estonia.
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Kazansky

Kazansky

  • 2 Komsomolskaya sqr.
  • 8 (800) 775-00-00
  • Komsomolskaya 1
Kazansky Train Station is situated close to Komsomolskaya metro station. The railway station serves Kazan, Tatarstan, Urals, Central Asia and South of Russia. The modern building of the station was constructed between 1913 and 1940 according the design of architect Alexey Shchusev. The building of the Kazansky Train Station resembles the Söyembikä Tower in Kazan.
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Yaroslavlsky

Yaroslavlsky

  • 5 Komsomolskaya Sq.
  • 8 (800) 775-00-00
  • Komsomolskaya 1
Yaroslavsky Train Station is located next to Komsomolskaya metro station, in Komsomolskaya square, also known as The Square of Three Train Stations, because there are also located Leningradsky and Kazansky Railway Terminals. The trains from Yaroslavlsky Terminal carry out the following destinations: Trans-Siberian, Golden Ring, North-Eastern Russia, the Russian Far East, Mongolia and China. The station has the highest passenger throughput of all the nine railway sations of the city. The Yaroslavlsky Train Station is the Western terminus of the longest railroad in the world — the Trans-Siberian Railway.
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Belorussky

Belorussky

  • 7 Tverskaya Zastava Sq.
  • 8 (800) 775-00-00
  • Belorusskaya 5
Belorussky Train Station serves the following directions: Belorus, Kalliningrad, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Germany, the Czech Republic. The station also serves suburban destinations and is connected to Sheremetyevo International Airport by Aeroexpress trains. Belorussky Train Station was designed by architect Ivan Strukov. It was opened in 1870 and rebuilt in 1910-1912. Belorussky Railway Station was built as a ceremonial gateway to the west. Its wings embrace the Tverskaya Zastava. The appearance of the building has preserved the signs of the past times - on the facade the symbol of the Ministry of Railways of Tsarist times - the anchor and the hammer, inside - the coat of arms of Belarus.
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Kievsky

Kievsky

  • 1 Kievskogo Vokzala Sq.
  • 8 (800) 775-00-00
  • Kiyevskaya 3
Kievsky Train Station is located near Kievskaya metro station. This rail terminal serves Ukraine and Southeastern Europe. The station was built between 1914 and 1918 in the Byzantine Revival style by Ivan Rerberg and Vladimir Shukhov. The Kievsky Train Station is the only railway station in Moscow having a frontage facing the Moskva River.
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Paveletsky

Paveletsky

  • 1a Paveletskaya Sq.
  • 8 (800) 775-00-00
  • Paveletskaya 5
Paveletsky Train Station serves the following log-distance directions: Almaty, Voronezh, Baku, Luhansk, Saratov, Donetsk, Tambov, Lipetsk, Volgograd, Yelets and Astrakhan. The Aeroexpress trains link the terminal with Domodedovo Airport. The old building of the station was constructed in 1900 and reconstructed in 1987. The new station is several times larger by volume and capable to receive and serve about 10000 people at an hour. From outside, Paveletsky Railway Terminal looks like a single-story building, but inside there are three levels with cash desks, waiting rooms, luggage storage, cafes, shops and other services.
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Kursky

Kursky

  • 29 Zemlyanoi Val St.
  • 8 (800) 775-00-00
  • Kurskaya 5
Kurskiy Train Station is the largest in Moscow, uniting several railway lines at once. It serves Vladimir, Nizhny Novgorod, Oryol, Perm, Southern Russia, Caucasus, Eastern Ukraine, Crimea. The nearest metro stations are Kurskaya and Chkalovskaya. Kursky Railway station was constructed in 1896 under the guidance of N.P. Orlov and in 1972 it was reconstructed by architect G.I. Voloshinov.
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Rizhsky

Rizhsky

  • 1 Rizhskaya Sq.
  • 8 (800) 775-00-00
  • Rizhskaya 6
Rizhsky Train Station is situated close to Rizhskaya metro station. The terminal was opened in 1901. The building of the station stands out for its incredibly beautiful facade in the classical Russian style. Since the openning the station has changed its names several times and finally in 1946 the station got its name Rizhsky. The small loading of Rizhsky railway station in the end of the 20th century almost led to its closure, but this did not happen. Two trains departs from here daily - to Riga and to Velikiye Luki, as well as commuter trains. The Rizhsky train station also features the Moscow Railway Museum.
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