Baku Metro

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Baku Metro
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History

The first plans for a rapid-transit system date to the 1930s, with the adoption of a new general plan for city development. After World War II, the population passed the one million mark.

A requirement of Soviet law for construction of a metro system. In 1947, the Soviet Cabinet of Ministers issued a decree authorizing its construction, which began in 1951.

On November 6, 1967, Baku Metro became the Soviet Union’s fifth rapid-transit system when the first 6.5 kilometers of track and a depot were inaugurated, in honor of the fiftieth anniversary of the October Revolution.

Schedule 🕐️

The underground system operates between 7:30-23:50.

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Shah Ismail Khatai metro station
Shah Ismail Khatai metro station
Nizami Gəncəvi metro station
Nizami Gəncəvi metro station
Avtovağzal metro station
Avtovağzal metro station
Hazi Aslanov metro station
Hazi Aslanov metro station

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