Metro in Paris was opened in 1900 and became the third in Europe, after London and Budapest. Most of the stations are designed in accordance with the trends of street art. However, at Madeleine station, you can see a huge stained-glass window called “Ryaba Chicken” made by Russian artist Ivan Lubennikov. Local residents are touched by the picture and affectionately refer to it as “Ryaba la Poule.”
Almost the entire metro line of Prague is distinguished by a uniform design. The walls of the underground city are decorated with shiny squares with concave and convex hemispheres. The stations are different only by the color of this high-tech unique tile.
The metro in Stockholm is a real work of art. In other words, it is the longest art gallery in the world, over the design of which more than 100 artists worked. Exhibitions of contemporary art are held regularly here.
The Dubai metro is one of the youngest in the world. Its opening took place on September 9, 2009 at 9 hours 9 minutes and 9 seconds. For the first two years, 46 stations were opened, the entrances of which are made in the form of high-tech shells. The trains are divided into 3 parts: the first one is for those who have purchased the golden travel ticket, the other parts are for women and children, and there are also usual seats.
The Metro in Munich is not only fast but also the most convenient in the world. All thanks to the many elevators, travelators, and escalators the stations are equipped with. The metro of Munich is one of the most futuristic in design.
Among all Toronto metro stations, it is worth noting the Museum station, located next to the Royal Ontario Museum. After the reconstruction, unique columns with images of Indian totems and gods of different cultures, and many other interesting things appeared here.
Do you want to learn the history of Chile? Then you should go not to the city museum, but to the Santiago metro, to the University of Chile station. Here, there are unique panoramic frescoes that will tell you about the main historical facts and events.
The Bund Sightseeing Tunnel is 647-meter tunnel wrapped in fiber, thanks to which different light effects appear throughout the carriageway. There are also unusual trains that don’t have machinists and the speed of their movement is very slow. Otherwise you won’t avoid nausea, dizziness, and even epileptic seizures.
Metro in Moscow is one of the largest in the world, according to passenger traffic. The metro became famous in the era of Stalin. Stations are distinguished by socialist realism, Stalinist empire style, pathos, and palace decorations.