Check out the most impressive metro stations from all over the world that will make you want to stay underground.Sometimes some of the most interesting places are under the ground.
1. Avtovo Metro Station, St.PetersburgAvtovo (in Russian it is written А́втово) is a station on the Kirovsko-Vyborgskaya Line of the Saint Petersburg Metro. It was designed by the architect Yevgenii Levinson in 1955 and it is known for its huge and glass-decorated columns and white marble walls. (flickr) Andrius Venclova
2. Rådhuset Station, StockholmThis station is located in central Stockholm, on the blue line between T-Centralen and Fridhemsplan and was opened on the 31st of August 1975. Every metro stop has a different painted motif and this one has the original rock exposed which creates a very unique texture. (flickr) Sky Matthews
3. Toledo Metro Station, ToledoToledo is a station on Line 1 of the Naples Metro, in Italy. It is very famous for being the winner of the 2013 LEAF Award as "Public Building of the Year". It opened in 2012, so it is quite a new metro station but in this short period of time has attracted lots of visitors who want to admire its design around the themes of water and light. (flickr) Andrea Buoncuore
4. Mayakovskaya and Park Pobedy Stations, MoscowThis one is a metro station on the Zamoskvoretskaya Line, in the Tverskoy District of central Moscow. Once you enter this station you will be amazed by the reflective marble walls, high ceilings and grandiose chandeliers. (flickr) Manuel Mira Godinho
5. Arts et Métiers Station, ParisIf you're in Paris and you're a steampunk fan, visiting this metro station is a must. This station has amazing submarine-like decorations with copper walls and little displays portraying miniature scenes of 19th-century navigation, Jules Verne-inspired! (flickr) Edwin Westhoff
6. Formosa Boulevard Station, KaohsiungThe Formosa Boulevard is a metro station located in Sinsing District, in Kaohsiung city, Taiwan, and it is a transfer station between the Red Line and the Orange Line. It has been ranked the second-most beautiful metro station in the world thanks to its impressive "Dome of Light", the largest glass work in the world. (flickr) Shin
7. City Hall Station, New York CityAlso known as City Hall Loop, the line of this station opened in 1904 and is known for being a miniature Grand Central Station. Here you will see hanging commemorative plaques recognizing the achievement of building the underground train system. (flickr) David Pirmann
8. Zoloti Vorota Station, KievIn Ukranian written like Золотi ворота is a station located next to the Golden Gates of Kiev. Throughout the Zoloti Vorota station you will find featured 80 distinct mosaic pieces and images depicting the history of Kievan Rus. (flickr) Vit
9. Bockenheimer Warte Station, FrankfurtThe entrance of this station looks as if a carriage crashed into the concrete and we can say it is one of the coolest subway entrances. This station leads to the Bockenheimer Warte station, one of the four major stations with interchanges on the Frankfurt Metro and was built in 1986. (flickr) Toni Almodóvar Escuder
10. Iidabashi Station, TokioFor architecture lovers, Japan offers many “must-see” sights and we recommend Iidabashi Station, the major interchange railway station which straddles Tokyo's Chiyoda, Shinjuku and Bunkyō wards. It is one example of Japanese post-modern architecture for its metal flower, which is actually a ventilation tower, housing the air-conditioning equipment for the subway station. (flickr) Hideki Yoshida
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