|6||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 ...
|3||Kiev Station, Moscow, Russia
The rough mosaics depict images of abundant harvests and the Russian-Ukrainian Union, despite the fact that in 1932 the Holodomor (Stalin's starvation policy) killed 10 million Ukrainians. The marble pillars and the mosaics from the Kiev station rooms have a huge opulence. The station was built in 1954 at the height of what Dr. Peter Haiko, the University of Vienna called "baroque Stalinist" style....
|1||T-Centralen Station , Sweden, Stockholm
The Northern line leads to Sergels Torg, a large central square where is the House of Culture, which hosts exhibitions and concerts. In the fifth decade of the last century, the artists Vera Nilsson and Siri Derkert were the first to suggest that art must be integrated in the new subway system in Sweden. Today, more than 140 artists are represented in 90 stations in permanent and temporary exhibitions. Architecturally speaking, each station is a masterpiece, but the empty blue space of the section of the Blue...
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