|12||Arts et Métiers Station, Paris, France
It is situated in the Beaubourg quarter, the intersection of rue de Turbigo and rue Reaumur on the surface and lines 3 and 11 below the surface. The name of the station got its name from the Museum of Arts and Crafts , located above it. This is one of the few metro stations, the French, which is worthy of careful study. So, do not miss the Museum of Arts and Trades above the station is full of inventions and oddities of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, including Foucault's original pendulum used to ...
|10||Pecherska Metro Station,Kiev, Ukraine
Slightly sinister air, the foreign world is not entirely a coincidence: it is a consequence of the Cold War. Russian architects have created subways so that descend to 100 feet deep to serve as shelters against bombs. Pecherska station’s brilliance mixed films of Cold War espionage with a considerable dose of futurism: modern chandelier in the center and large shady arcades make you think that might even stop next month....
|9||Karlsplatz Station, Vienna, Austria
The station operates as a museum of architectural works, with plans and details of the old station. In 1898, in Vienna took birth new ideas of geniuses such as Gustav Klimt, Sigmund Freud and Otto Wagner. The Viennese Secession and the "young style" by Wagner, presented in plants, steel and marble was in vogue. The Court of Hietzing was made to serve as a personal subway line of the royal family, with appropriate design (today, is a popular destination for weddings ). Meanwhile, ordinary citizens ...
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