The Most Creative Unusual Subway (40 pics)
The Stockholm Metro (Stockholms tunnelbana) is often called the longest art gallery in the world. About 90 of the 100 underground stations provide visitors the opportunity to get acquainted with the work of the representatives of different types and directions of art. Here you will see fabulous caves (many plants are cut in the rocks, like the caves), and sculpture, and the corners of classical architecture, and wall reliefs, mosaics, graffiti and even a video installation. In the subway frequently organized the exhibition. His opening of the Stockholm subway provide several hundred artists. Formerly, the state annually invested in the underground gallery of about $ 1.5 million
. Swedish metro absolutely silent. At the time of the train can safely speak. . Station Huvudsta. Making something like a green Christmas tree with colorful ornaments. Antarctic composition at station Tensta. . . . Avant-garde installations at one station . The station is decorated with images Hallonbergen in the style of children's drawings. 28. Also you can buy for 100 CZK special tourist ticket that allows travel on all modes of transport for 24 hours. In the subway are familiar to us turnstiles, but they are adapted only for owners of travel. All the other passengers pass through an automatic gate next to the glass cockpit controller, acquiring or kompostiruya advance purchased ticket with him. The fare is different. Stockholm is divided into three territorial areas of transportation, and tickets are valid for all areas of transport for 1 hour. Tickets can be purchased from the controller station, in the SL-center, kiosks, network Pressbyra, a ticket vending machines available at bus stops, or by phone via SMS (a ticket costs 20 euros - 2.6 dollars). Powered Stockholms tunnelbana from 5.00 to 1.00 on Fridays and Saturdays until 4.00. The names of the stations to announce a pleasant female voice. . In addition, it should be clearly remember that the lines have a tendency to split into several directions. Theoretically, there is a nonzero probability of the transition to sit on the suburban train (Pendeltag), but do it in their right mind is very difficult. Everywhere hang perfectly intelligible signs, but read them first time care must be taken, possible transplantation in the spirit of China-Town. Get lost in the Stockholm subway man who conquered the Moscow subway, it is simply impossible. In addition to the escalators here have elevators, escalators which have been replicated, and which are actively used by people with prams graco and other manufacturers. . . . . . . . Station Kungstradgarden - "Royal Garden". Rock art is framed in the style of "cave of the Mountain King." In the escalators is one feature. Let's say you arrive at some distant station and want to go upstairs. You walk to the escalator, but it does not work. And nobody around. In this case, you just need to go to the escalator and he turns on himself. Theme Station - how people are cutting down forests and build in its place his life: on one side of the station painted a lot of wood in the middle of his massively cut down and build houses, and at the other end is people live and work. One of the most colorful and contrasting stations. Painted in bright red and green. Station Solna centrum. The time remaining until the train arrived, displayed on the scoreboard. Station Vreten. The rocks, which cut down the station, are decorated with sky-blue cubes, protruding from the floor, walls and ceiling. Perpetuated by the builders subway . It is also a place called the Stockholm C. From here you can go to any place in Stockholm, Sweden, Scandinavia, as well as any airport (by train, bus) and from there around the world. Total Stockholms tunnelbana consists of three lines: Blue (Bla Linjen), Red (Röda linjen) and Green (Gröna linjen). All three lines converge to T-centralen, where the Central Station (Central Station), the central bus station (CityTerminalen). The walls are painted blue, painted blue vaults of images of branches with leaves and silhouettes of construction workers. Station T-Centralen. .