Love trains? I do, absolutely, selflessly. And Russia happens to be one of my dream travel destinations. How can I not spend a night and a day in one of the trains on the great Trans-Siberian railway? That puts me under compulsion to do my bit in celebrating the 80th anniversary of Moscow’s metro.
Now, the Moscow metro is not like any other metro. It’s one of the oldest, and undoubtedly one of the prettiest. The stations are decorated with art and sculptures, and the mosaic and marble are flamboyant. Click here for a photo-journey through the history of the metro, presented by The Guardian.
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