Moscow railway station Vorobievy Gori became an object of cultural heritage

The government established State monitoring over the building
Share 05 October 2016
The Vorobievy Gori (Sparrow Hills) was included in the register for monuments of historical and cultural value to Russia, according to the press service of Moscow’s interregional transport prosecutor’s office.

The station of Moscow’s small railway ring Vorobievy Gori was closed down in the beginning of 2000s during the construction of the Third Ring Road.

Now, the Luzhniki platform stands on the stations’ former territory while the stations building, built in the Art Nouveau style in 1908 is used by the South-Western transport prosecutor’s office of Moscow’s interregional transport prosecutor’s office.

"It has been established that the railway station Vorobievy Gori is an object of cultural heritage “Moscow district railway”, including the passenger station, the platform and the lamp post," the prosecutor’s office said.

According to the law, the government established State monitoring over the building.