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Top 10 Weirdest Metro Stations In the World

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You may call it underground, subway or metro, these trains are, perhaps, the well-known public transport systems in mega cities worldwide. They are actually the relief from hectic road traffic in big cities. Despite being the fastest mode of transport, traveling in these trains is not as appealing as surface modes because you cannot see anything from inside to outside. But there are some metro stations in the world where they are actually the center of attractions in itself. Let’s have a look to them. 

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Kaohsiung Formosa Boulevard MRT Station

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The Formosa Boulevard Station is well located in Sinsing District of Koahsiung. It connects Red Line to Orange Line. This station is just awesome for the commuters, especially the interior, which makes it a tourist attraction.

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Zoloti Vorota

It is one of the well known metro stations lies on Kiev Metro route. The station is titled as an honor to the Golden Gate historical monument. It is perhaps the most stunning and marvelous triumph in the late Soviet period. It looks basically like a religious place.

 

 

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Puhung, North Korea

The Pyongyang Metro is the deepest subway station in the world. It is around 110m (360ft) under the surface. It is very beautifully designed. In 1987, the station was established in North Korea. Since then, it has been declared as a national treasure. It is beautifully designed with murals and ornaments.

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T-Centralen

T-Centralen metro is located in the heart of Stockholm. It is the one and only metro station which connects the lines of all three systems. It is one of the most weirdest and beautiful subway stations because of the walls which are capped with vivid silhouettes of workers who constructed this station.

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Munchen Marienplatz

Marienplatz is a major station on U-Bahn and Munich S-Bahn rail network. It lies on the square of Munchen Marienplatz in the heart of Munich. It is among the busiest metro stations in Munich. It seems like this is the future of metro stations because of its vivid and curved designs. 

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Established in late 1959, Olaias Metro was the first subway station in the country. Portugal is named to have one of the most exciting metro stations worldwide. The colored glasses are very intelligently used to add the stained glass effect. It is definitely a brightly-designed and colorful station. 

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Prague Metro

Serving around 1.5 million passengers every day, Prague Metro is the station in the Line A that is considered to be the fastest mode of transport in the city. On per capita basis, it is one of the busiest metro stations of the world and 7th most-used subway system in Europe. Its impressive architecture will also amaze you with its futuristic design. 

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