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Rustaveli, Tbilisi Reviews

  • One of the main metro station for attractions. It's situated at the start of Rustaveli Street.

  • Very nice 👍🏻

  • Nice walking area down towards freedom squire, u feel one of the main pulse of the city

  • Interesting Figures Metro In order to pass Line I (Akhmeteli-Varketili) trains need 60 minutes (30 minute in one direction); on Saburtalo Line -30 minutes (15 minutes in one direction); 25 000 tons of water are pumped out daily from Tbilisi metro tunnels; The length of line I is 40 km, the length of Saburtalo Line is 13,6km. Trains being into operation pass 400 km daily on average on the first line and 311 km -on Saburtalo Line; Total length of all escalators in Tbilisi metro stations amounts to 10 km; total length of Tbilisi metro tunnels (including subsidiary tunnels and deadlocks) is 53,7 km; The deepest station is Rustaveli, which is located at 60-meter depth; Metro consumes 65 million kW.h electricity on average each year;

  • Subway, Metro Ⓜ station 🚉 first line. The Rustaveli (Georgian: რუსთაველი) is a station of the Tbilisi metro on the Akhmeteli-Varketili Line. It is located at Rustaveli square at the northern end of Rustaveli avenue. The station was opened on 11 January 1966 as part of the first metro line with six stations from Didube to Rustaveli. Located between Tavisuplebis Moedani station and Marjanishvili station, Rustaveli is with 60 meters (and an escalator length of 120 meters) the deepest station of the Tbilisi metro system. Line(s): 1 Akhmeteli–Varketili Line Tracks: 2 Structure type: Underground

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