Teremky is a station on the Kiev Metro's Kurenivsko-Chervonoarmiyska Line opened on 6 November 2013. It is the southern end of the line, located just after the Ipodrom station. The station is named after the Teremky neighborhood of Kiev.
At the opening of the Ipodrom station on 25 October 2012 (then) Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov had stated that the Teremky station "would soon open". According to planning the station should have opened on 24 August 2013, Independence Day of Ukraine. But instead it was opened on 6 November 2013, on that day was celebrated Day of Kyiv's liberation from Nazi invaders.
Teremky is a neighborhood located in the Holosiiv Raion ( district) of Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. It is located in the southern part of the city, in between the city's Holosiiv, Feofaniya, and Zhuliany neighborhoods.
The National Expocenter of Ukraine and Kiev's Ipodrom horse racetrack are located in the neighborhood. Teremky is served by a metro station of the Kiev Metro's Kurenivsko-Chervonoarmiyska Line.