Mayakovs Base Station, with a strong sense of history, is the subway station of Victory Plaza of War, the deepest subway station in Moscow. It is considered one of the most beautiful stations in the Moscow Metro. Its depth is nearly 100 meters, and the escalator to the platform is 150 meters long. The video I took up the escalator for more than three minutes.
Moscow Metro has always been recognized as the most beautiful subway in the world. The buildings of the subway stations are different in shape and magnificent and elegant. Each station is designed by famous architects in China. Each subway station has its own unique architectural style. Marble and minerals from more than 20 different origins, including Ural Mountains, Altai, Central Asia, Caucasus and Ukraine, fill the hall of the station. Exquisite Marble Art statues, reliefs, elegant chandeliers, glass Patchwork and mosaic paintings on the top of the platform, which represent the skillful craftsmanship of the architects, make the station like an art museum, among which the architectural design of Mayakovsky Station, a revolutionary poet of the Soviet Union, won a grand prize at the 1938 New York International Exhibition.
Moscow's Mayakovsky Station Metro Station has a luminous dome and a baroque palace-like corridor, but 34 mosaic mosaic paintings surrounded by lights are red flags, fighter planes and steel mills, which is what poet Mayakovsky envisioned "the socialist sky". History and reality are integrated. Classical and revolutionary words are joyful. Engineers are hungry to complete their grand dream.
A subway station has become an important sight of the city, and Mayakovs Base Station has done so. Standing on the upper and lower rolling stairs of this subway station, the feeling that you can't see the end to both sides is really shocked. A subway station is also a palace of art. It is always a kind of enjoyment on the road. To go to Moscow, you must experience the subway in Moscow.
The former look, keep good, no need to rebuild, as long as a little decoration, and now the former glory. Last night, I boarded the train from Moscow Railway Station to St. Petersburg. I misunderstood 22:28 as 11:28 p.m., so I missed the train. The original Russian train ticket was cancelled without changing its signature. I bought a new upper berth of 1600 rubles. A translation software translated the rubles into US dollars, which frightened me. They don't know Russian, and they don't use English very much. Fortunately, the Russians are very willing to help the Chinese people and lead me to the bus without further delay. Just arrived at Moscow Airport, also in a Russian aunt and a girl led to Chinatown.
Mayakovs Base Station is Moscow's most beautiful subway station, we take a long escalator down. The subway stations are connected by arches, and there are many painted walls. They are very beautiful. They tell the story of workers and peasants in the Soviet era. But there are too many people to shoot one by one.
Mayakovs Base Station is one of the most beautiful stations in Moscow, nearly 80 years away. The arches are linked together with exquisite wall paintings. The contents of the paintings tell about the work and life of the working people in the Soviet Union. They are very exquisite.