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7 Metro Stations with Magnificent Artworks

Although it is extremely difficult for people to see a metro station in their daily life as something other than crowded and stressful places that they want to get out of as soon as possible, they use the resources at their disposal to create world-class, stunningly beautiful metro stations, crowned with magnificent works of art. There are also several cities. In this article, we will stop by the seven most magnificent metro stations in the world.

Kievskaya Station, Moscow, Russia

Chandeliers… underground? With lavish lighting, marble pillars, and colorful mosaics, Moscow takes the majestic wealth to great heights (hmm, deep). The station, which was built in 1954, almost keeps the 19th century baths alive today.

T-Centralen Station, Stockholm, Sweden

T-Centralen Station has been likened to prehistoric caves, with roughly carved walls and sparkling wallpaper. This idea, put forward by artists Vera Nilsson and Siri Derkert, brought art and public transport together in Sweden.

Toledo Station, Naples, Italy

You can’t get enough of the Toledo Station in Naples, which has been reconstructed in the recent past. Toledo Station is worth a visit, with walls, ceilings and other surfaces covered with blue and white Bisazza mosaics that make visitors feel underwater or in the depths of space.

Bund Travel Tunnel, Shanghai, China

Well, technically, this isn’t a station. Located under the Pu river, between Puxi and Pudong, the Bund Travel Tunnel can be visited by cable car and offers a breathtaking light show.

Formosa Boulevard Station, Kaohsiung Taiwana

One of the world’s most impressive public artistic installations, the “Dome of Light” crowns the upper section of Formosa Boulevard Station. This magnificent Dome of Light is made up of very large, rainbow-coloured stained glass. The 30-meter-wide dome, made by the artist Narcissus Quagliata, tells the story of human life.

A Line Stations, Prague, Czech Republic

The stations on the A Line of the Prague metro have fun designs that cannot be missed. The walls and ceiling are adorned with Lego-like block motifs. Although the design of each station may look the same, each one attracts attention with its unique color scheme.

Champ-de-Mars Station, Montreal, Canada

Although the platforms may seem ordinary at first glance, the mezzanine of the stunning Champ-de-Mars Station is the most famous work of Quebec francophone artist Marcelle Ferron. The station, which has stained glass windows with geometric shapes, is considered an artistic masterpiece.


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