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Turgenevskaya Moscow Metro station Station statistics Coordinates 55°45′57″N 37°38′16″E / 55.76583°N 37.63778°E / 55.76583; 37.63778 Lines Kaluzhsko-Rizhskaya Line Connections Trolleybus: 9, 48 Tram: A, 3, 39 Depth 49 metres (161 ft) Levels 1 Platforms 1 Tracks 2 Parking No Bicycle facilities No Baggage check No Other information Opened 5 January 1971 Code 095 Owned by Moskovsky Metropoliten Traffic Passengers (2002) 18,104,000 Services Preceding station   Moscow Metro   Following station Kitay-gorod toward Novoyasenevskaya Kaluzhsko-Rizhskaya Line Sukharevskaya toward Medvedkovo Lubyanka toward Yugo-Zapadnaya Sokolnicheskaya Line Transfer at: Chistye Prudy Krasnye Vorota toward Ulitsa Podbelskogo Trubnaya toward Maryina Roshcha Lyublinsko-Dmitrovskaya Line Transfer at: Sretensky Bulvar Chkalovskaya toward Maryino Turgenevskaya (Russian: Турге́невская) is a station on the Kaluzhsko-Rizhskaya Line of the Moscow Metro. It was named after a Russian novelist and playwright Ivan Turgenev. The station was designed by Ivan Taranov, Yu. Vdovin, and I. Petukhova and opened on 31 December 1971. Turgenevskaya has simple white marble pylons which follow the curve of the station tube and a ceiling composed of reinforced plastic panels. Metal cornices run the length of the station along the base of the ceiling. The walls, which are faced with white and black marble, are decorated with chased brass panels by Kh. Rysin and D. Bodniek. The entrances to the station are located on Turgenevskaya Square. Transfers From this station, passengers can transfer to Sokolnicheskaya Line at Chistye Prudy station and to Lyublinsko-Dmitrovskaya Line at Sretensky Bulvar station.