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    • The Moscow Metro's Circle Line: Underground Monument to Soviet Architecture
    • The Moscow Metro's Circle Line: Underground Monument to Soviet Architecture
    • The Moscow Metro's Circle Line: Underground Monument to Soviet Architecture
    • The Moscow Metro's Circle Line: Underground Monument to Soviet Architecture
    • The Moscow Metro's Circle Line: Underground Monument to Soviet Architecture
    • The Moscow Metro's Circle Line: Underground Monument to Soviet Architecture
    • The Moscow Metro's Circle Line: Underground Monument to Soviet Architecture
    • The Moscow Metro's Circle Line: Underground Monument to Soviet Architecture
    • The Moscow Metro's Circle Line: Underground Monument to Soviet Architecture
    • The Moscow Metro's Circle Line: Underground Monument to Soviet Architecture
    • The Moscow Metro's Circle Line: Underground Monument to Soviet Architecture
    • The Moscow Metro's Circle Line: Underground Monument to Soviet Architecture
    • The Moscow Metro's Circle Line: Underground Monument to Soviet Architecture
    • The Moscow Metro's Circle Line: Underground Monument to Soviet Architecture
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    Built in 1950-1954, the Circle Line, or Koltsevaya Line, is one of Moscow's Metro (underground railroad) lines and circles the city center.

    Above: Kievskaya station

    Built in 1950-1954, the Circle Line, or Koltsevaya Line, is one of Moscow's Metro (underground railroad) lines and circles the city center. With the unique architectural design of its stations, it is probably the most famous of Moscow's Metro lines.

    Completed on March 14, 1954 after four years of construction, the Circle Line, or Koltsevaya Line, is one of Moscow's Metro (underground railroad) lines and circles the city center. With the unique architectural design of its stations, it is probably the most famous of Moscow's Metro lines.

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