The most beautiful subway station I really appreciate! In the future, I will visit several other famous art stations. Because I first arrived and at night, I was completely lost after leaving the station and almost lived on the cold Moscow streets! The street name is all in Russian. After 30 minutes of wandering, I finally found a hotel in a small street only a few hundred meters away!
Moscow’s subway facilities also have a long history. The entire underground railway network is very developed. It is also a huge underground shelter during the war. The entire station is also very attractive. There are many tourists who visit here and take the subway. Convenience.
To be honest, in Moscow, the subway can also be regarded as an attraction, because it is different from the subway stations in Shanghai or the subway stations I have seen in other cities in China. Other subways have the uniform feeling, and Moscow Every subway station is different.
My favourite metro station. Elegant, devoid of any pomp, yet attractive, full of vigour, light and life, it will always be on a par with the times! Built in 1938, it hosted CPSU Congress in 1941, the year when Nazi troops came close to Moscow.
Moscow is known for its beautiful metro stations, but this must be the most elaborate one in the city. Named after a Russian poet, the underground subway is decorated in an art deco style with beautiful mosaics on its walls and ceilings. It truly feels like you're in a palace.
Completely unlike any other metro station you will find anywhere else in the world. Supposedly designed with civil defence in mind, but with some stunning art and chandeliers.
So stylish. Look for the little hammer & sickle motifs everywhere
Preston_Dominguez: Moscow, metro line 2 Moscow River
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended State Historical Museum,Arbat Street,Alexander Garden,Tomb of the Unknown Soldier,Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts