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Metro Station has been long known as a dark, crowded and grimy places where people can easily catch a communicable disease. However, there are still some impressive metro stations which attract travelers and make them curious with special designs.
8. Fulton Transit Center (New York)
The Fulton Center is a transit center and retail complex centered at the intersection of Fulton Street and Broad Way in Lower Manhattan, New York City. It is in top impressive metro stations in the world for its beautiful conical conduit that pulls light down well below street level.
7. Westfriedhof (Munich, Germany)
The metro station is situated in the south of the city district of Moosach. Westfriedhof’s platform was aesthetically enhanced by 11 enormous, domed lighting fixtures that continuously bathe the surroundings in haunting shades of blue, yellow and red.
6. Komsomolskaya (Moscow, Russia)
Komsomolskaya is one of the most impressive Metro Stations in the Krasnoselsky District for travelers because the station’s baroque-style decor, historical mosaics and chandeliered ceilings look like a grand ballroom.
5. Olaias (Lisbon, Portugal)
The station is a whimsically colorful space that to this day holds its own as a modern work of art.
4. Formosa Boulevard (Kaohsiung,Taiwan)
Half metro station, half kaleidoscope, Formosa Boulevard is said to be the largest glass work in the world. Given the ecclesiastical appearance of this installation, it should come as no surprise that it’s proposed as a venue for mass weddings.
3. Khalid Bin Al Waleed Station (Dubai, UAE)
These exotic chandeliers cast a luminous blue glow over the stop beneath the BurJuman shopping center and add to a watery theme further complimented by images of traditional pearl divers.
2. “Fosteritos” (Bilbao,Spain)
The curved-glass entrances of many of the stations are considered prime examples of the city’s modern, up-to-the-minute style.
1. T-Centralen (Stockholm, Sweden)
Start boring down, though, and unexpected changes in color and shape reveal a very different animal. When commuters reach the bold blue and white, cave-like platform at T-Centralen, they’re reminded that they’ve indeed ventured underground.