2 side platforms
26 May 2000
25 October 2012
| Livoberezhna Line|
Kiev, Ukraine, 02000
| Myloslavska, Teodora Draizera, Kashtanova, Henerala Vatutina|Maryny Tsvetaievoi (Kiev Light Rail) Wikipedia
Maryny Tsvetaievoi (Ukrainian: Марини Цвєтаєвої; from 2000 to 2008, Tsvetaievoi) is a station on the Livoberezhna Line of the Kiev Light Rail system. It was opened on May 26, 2000 and reopened after a significant modernization of the line on October 26, 2012.
Maryny Tsvetaievoi is located in between the Myloslavska and Oleksandra Saburova stations. It is named in honer of Marina Tsvetaeva, a Russian poet.
At one point the Kiev City authorities proposed connecting the Maryny Tsvetaievoi station with a perspective station of the Kiev Metro's Livoberezhna Line, although that entire project was scrapped in favor of expanding the existing light rail system.