This metro station is a blend of art and architecture. It opened in 2012 (September), and was built on the first metro line of Naples, Italy. It has been designed by famous Oscar Tusquets Blanca, a firm in Spain. At 50 meters deep, the station extends below the ground water and is the deepest metro station built on Line 1 to date. One of Metro Napoli's Metro Art Stations, it was designed around the themes of water and light.
One of the masterpieces among the metro stations was built after finalizing a design, which was chosen via a competition held in Ukraine. Its name has been kept after a nearby Rail Terminal named "Kiyevsky". It has breathtaking features like the square shaped and low pylons covered with dazzling white marbles and capped by very large mosaics. These mosaics are also trimmed with gold, making them more catchy and flashy. And the very end of the platform is adorned with a portrait of very famous Vladimir Lenin.
The name Radhuset suggests "just above a surface". This very beautiful Metro Station is situated in Kungsholmen, in the center of Stockholm, Sweden. The architecture of this station is organic, leaving exposed bedrock which is not sculptured, giving it a natural cave look.
This is a highly ornamental and designed metro station. With dazzling features such as columns adorned with ornate glasses and the walls with a substitute of white marble. On the northern side of the walls is a row of ornamental grille for ventilation. The platform ends with a mosaic, dating back to the theme of Leningrad Blockade, during the Second World War. It is a Shallow columned station. Also its entrance is a neoclassical building with a rounded copula.
It is a multi media effect tunnel in China. The compartments of the train are transparent, providing 360 degrees site. It is rather amusing as the sound effects changes along with the scenery. The ride is very comfortable, fluent and steady. Within 3-5 minutes you can enjoy the whole view.