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METRO LINE MAPS
November 27, 2007 12:37


Metro (Underground/ Tube) is an alternative to the on-ground public transport. It is a quick way to get to another part of a city. No traffic jams and only two-and-a-half-minute break between trains during the daytime.

Here Russia-IC presents metro line maps for eleven Russian cities. This can help you to plan your journey and to survey possible routes to your destination.

You can download a map and use it during your stay in Russia. At the moment, most maps are in Russian (except Moscow and Petersburg), but we'll do our best to improve this soon!

The Map of Moscow Metro

The Map of Saint-Petersburg Metro

The Map of Samara Metro

 

The Map of Yekaterinburg Metro

The Map of Kazan Metro

The Map of Novosibirsk Metro

The Map of Volgograd Metro

The Map of Nizhny Novgorod Metro


Sources: http://www.metroschemes.narod.ru http://www.metromap.ru http://yandex.st 

Tags: Russian tourism Russian underground train Russian transport Russian subway  

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