The Most Stunning Metro Stations Across The World

Subway stations don’t usually evoke very pleasant feelings. On the contrary they are often ordinary and ugly. You will be surprised to know there are some subway stations around the world that are far from ugly or even ordinary. Especially in the case of the Russian subway stations, some of these are comparable to many dancing halls and galleries in their detailed work. Come, have a look with us.


Moscow, Russia


Moscow, Russia – Mayakovskaya subway station


St. Petersburg, Russia. Russia – Metro Station Avtovo


Moscow, Russia – station “Slavyansky Bulvar”


Naples, Italy – Toledo metro station

 


Stockholm, Sweden – Radhuset metro station


Kaohsiung, Taiwan – The Fomosa Bolevard Station


Paris, France – Metro station Arts et Metiers


Munich. Germany – subway station Westfriedhof


New York, USA – City Hall Subway Station in Manhattan


Berlin, Germany – Heidelberger Platz

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