The majestic beauty of the Moscow metro
Take the subway can be a real experience, especially if you visit the capital of Russia. Also the architect and photographer David Burdeny has identified. The Canadians is probably the only photographer who has photographed the subway stations in Moscow. The preparation for this project has taken more than a year, and for the realisation of Burdeny has received the permission of the competent authority. So he was allowed to rent the Metro stations of people and cars by the hour. Of course, this is possible only after midnight. And over the course of 2 weeks, David Burdeny has shot following stunning images…
The Metro in Moscow: Elektrozavodskaya Metro station
Mayakovskaya Metro station
Short info of the Moscow metro
The Metro in Moscow was opened in 1935 under the reign of Stalin. The magnificent architecture of the stations reflects the cult to the former Soviet Union in the city centre. The very high ceilings and luscious chandeliers should represent the bright future of the Soviet Union. Some of the Soviet leaders like Lenin can be seen on the walls.
The Metro station Komsomolskaya, which you can see right here is regarded as one of the most beautiful stations.
The Moscow metro is one of the most beautiful and bustling subways of the world. What is more remarkable, is the depth of their tunnel. The Moscow metro make this also one of the deepest in the world.
Let yourself be charmed by the majestic beauty of the following Metro stations. We wish you a trip to the Russian capital to enjoy this spot.
The magnificent beauty of the Soviet Union
Sokol Metro station
Avoto subway station in St. Petersburg