“Tashkent” ( Uzbek. Toshkent ) is a station of the Uzbekistan line of the Tashkent subway . Located between the stations "Aybek" and "Mashinostroiteley" . It was opened on December 8, 1984 as part of the “ Alisher Navoi ” section - “Tashkent” (the first stage of the line construction).
|opening date||December 8, 1984|
|Type of||Column three-span shallow|
|Number of platforms||one|
|Platform Length, m||102|
|Design Engineers||A. Zokirov|
|Exit to the streets||Privokzalnaya square, st. Taras Shevchenko, Amir Temur Ave.|
|Ground transportation||12, 16, 22, 26, 37, 40, 46, 55, 60, 62, 68, 69, 70, 76, 78, 81, 93, 127|
|Operation mode||5:00  —0: 00 |
Station column type with two underground lobbies. Located under the station square.
The station was designed by the ceramist Saparniyaz Sultanmuratov. The wall and ceiling decorations are similar to the head of the columns and are made in the traditional national spirit, the stairs to the platform are decorated with images dedicated to the 2,200th anniversary of Tashkent and the theme “Tashkent is a city of peace and friendship”, here is also the coat of arms of the city. Marble, granite, ceramics, metal, glass and other materials are widely used in the finishing of the station.
- List of Tashkent Metro stations