After more than 80 years of operation, the subway system in Moscow, Russia, was dubbed the “underground palace” at every metro station are very sophisticated decorations, elaborately.
Hidden underground in Moscow, Russia, is “sparkling treasure”. That’s subway stations are decorated solemn, subtle. Moscow’s Metro subway system to serve the people of Moscow and neighboring provinces bordering. The first route opened in 1935 with the first 11-km rail lines and 13 stations. This is also the first underground railway of the Soviet Union. As of 2014, the total length of the route is 325,4km and 194 stations.
According to the data of passengers in 2013, the Moscow subway system is the largest system of 4th crowded in the world, after Tokyo, Seoul and Beijing. In addition to traffic, each station Metro station here also referred to as the art museum with a large palace located underground. The station is decorated with chandeliers systems, large format murals, marble columns …
For over 80 years, so far, the station still keeps the whole being seemed almost luxurious as the original splendor. Currently, the metro station duty shipping about 9 million passengers a day. The city government also plans to extend until 2020.
Photographer David Burdeny Canadians have the opportunity to visit the Moscow Metro station and completely conquered before “underworld underground splendor”. Earlier, a number of such stations Kropotkinskaya and Mayakovskaya been listed in the list of “Monuments of architecture with world-class.”In addition, each station carries impressive architecture.