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The underground transport in many cities involves dirty places with low ceilings, pools, strange sights so that the individual wants to avoid. Such stations are not a destination. But in some parts of the world, they are surprisingly important works of art , great caverns with art, with beautiful architectural artifacts. Some stations are like museums, others are like in a science fiction film and others like ballrooms.

Public stations attract respect and admiration of commuters, tourists and even art critics. Many of the magnificent Soviet undergrounds, for example, were designed as "Palaces for the People", making investments they reach the royal opulence. Architects have used so much alabaster, onyx, marble and mosaic, that if you do not see the train occasionally, you think you've arrived in the Kremlin Palace itself. Here you can see some of the most interesting subway stations in the world.

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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, b...

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