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20 Most Beautiful Underground Subway Stations Around The World.

Underground subway stations used to know for filthy smell, shady background, noise, garbage, and lots of rats. That’s true because most of the world’s underground subway station are not in good condition. Responsible authorities don’t take good care of them. However, there are few exceptions too.

20 Most Beautiful Underground Subway Stations Around The World.

There are few underground subway stations in the world that go against our usual thinking, keeping themselves above the rest, shining out as excellent examples of brilliant architecture.

These beautiful underground subway stations are perfect example of creative thinking and superb interiors that can be constructed in underground spaces.

World’s Most Beautiful Underground Subway Stations

Hope you enjoy them all. Let us know in comments which one is your favorite.

1. City Hall Station, New York

City Hall Station, New York

City Hall Station, New York
Image credits: nycsubway.org

2. Bund Sightseeing Tunnel, Shanghai, China

Bund Sightseeing Tunnel, Shanghai, China

Bund Sightseeing Tunnel, Shanghai, China

Bund Sightseeing Tunnel, Shanghai, China
Image credits: mic-ro.com

3. Kievskaya, Mayakovskaya And Park Pobedy Stations, Moscow, Russia

Kievskaya, Mayakovskaya And Park Pobedy Stations, Moscow, Russia

Kievskaya, Mayakovskaya And Park Pobedy Stations, Moscow, Russia

Kievskaya, Mayakovskaya And Park Pobedy Stations, Moscow, Russia
Image credits: imgur.com

4. Formosa Boulevard Station, Kaohsiung, Taiwan

Formosa Boulevard Station, Kaohsiung, Taiwan

Formosa Boulevard Station, Kaohsiung, Taiwan

Formosa Boulevard Station, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Image credits: getintravel.com

5. T-Centralen Station, Stockholm, Sweden

T-Centralen Station, Stockholm, Sweden

T-Centralen Station, Stockholm, Sweden
Image credits: adragunov.com

6. Solna Station, Stockholm, Sweden

Solna Station, Stockholm, Sweden

Solna Station, Stockholm, Sweden

Solna Station, Stockholm, Sweden
Image credits: imgur.com

7. University Of Naples Subway Station, Italy

University Of Naples Subway Station, Italy

University Of Naples Subway Station, Italy

University Of Naples Subway Station, Italy
Image credits: dezeen.com

8. Malostranská Station In Prague.

Malostranská Station In Prague.

Malostranská Station In Prague.
Image credits: adragunov.com

9. Tilework In Szent Gellért Square, Budapest, Hungary

Tilework In Szent Gellért Square, Budapest, Hungary

Tilework In Szent Gellért Square, Budapest, Hungary
Image credits: architizer.com

10. Toledo Metro Station, Naples, Italy

Toledo Metro Station, Naples, Italy

Toledo Metro Station, Naples, Italy

Toledo Metro Station, Naples, Italy
Image credits: telegraph.co.uk

11. Stockholm, the Water Lily Station – Näckrosen

Stockholm, the Water Lily Station – Näckrosen
Image credits: fnurra.wordpress.com

12. Arts Et Métiers Station, Paris, France

Arts Et Métiers Station, Paris, France

Arts Et Métiers Station, Paris, France
Image credits: flickr.com

13. Tunel, Istanbul Old Metro, Turkey

Tunel, Istanbul Old Metro, Turkey
Image credits: wikimedia.org

14. Slavyansky Bulvar Station, Moscow, Russia

Slavyansky Bulvar Station, Moscow, Russia

Slavyansky Bulvar Station, Moscow, Russia
Image credits: ntvmsnbc.com

15. Avtovo Metro Station, St. Petersburg, Russia

Avtovo Metro Station, St. Petersburg, Russia

Avtovo Metro Station, St. Petersburg, Russia

Avtovo Metro Station, St. Petersburg, Russia
Image credits: asergeev.com

16. Olaias Station, Lisbon, Portugal

Olaias Station, Lisbon, Portugal

Olaias Station, Lisbon, Portugal
Image credits: telegraph.co.uk

17. Kungstradgarden Metro Station, Stokholm, Sweden

Kungstradgarden Metro Station, Stokholm, Sweden

Kungstradgarden Metro Station, Stokholm, Sweden
Image credits: adragunov.com

18. U-bahn Station, Munich, Germany

U-bahn Station, Munich, Germany

U-bahn Station, Munich, Germany

U-bahn Station, Munich, Germany
Image credits: flickr.com

19. Liège Guillemins, Belgium

Liège Guillemins, Belgium
Image credits: e-architect.co.uk

20. Stadion Station, Stockholm, Sweden

Stadion Station, Stockholm, Sweden

Stadion Station, Stockholm, Sweden
Image credits: telegraph.co.uk

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Word of Mouth: London Coffee Shops: Our tour of the English capital’s finest places to grab a cup of Joe, from bike shops to DIY radio stations

Word of Mouth: London Coffee Shops


by Anya Lawrence For a city that rarely sleeps, it’s no wonder that London’s coffee shop scene is booming. Gone with the dominance of generic international chains, the emphasis is no longer just on the convenience of grabbing a freshly brewed cup from an insignificant cafe. From coffee shops boasting…

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Endbahnhof by Kate Seabrook: A photographic trip through all 173 of Berlin’s U-Bahn stations

Endbahnhof by Kate Seabrook

by Jason Kenny In 2011 Melbourne photographer Kate Seabrook moved back to Berlin looking for a new project. She found her muse in the 173 stations of the city’s underground subway system, the U-Bahn. Aptly titling the series “Endbahnhof”—which translates to “railhead” in German—Seabrook snapped each and every port beneath…

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TV stations learn that default passwords are no protection against zombie apocalypse

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Authorities have reportedly identified the hacker responsible for this week’s zombie hoax in Montana and three other states, while TV stations have found an explanation for how it happened — weak passwords.

The suspect, whose name has not yet been released, hacked into the Emergency Alert Systems (EAS) at Montana affiliate KRTV on Monday, allowing him to broadcast a seemingly authentic warning about an impending zombie attack. It was later discovered that the hoax affected several other stations across California, Michigan, and New Mexico.

On Wednesday, the affected broadcasters admitted that they had never changed the default passwords to their alert systems, which made it easier for the hacker to gain “back door” access. The FCC…

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