MOSCOW

Underground

Forget dirty tube stations, these are Moscow's stunning undergrounds

Komsomolskaya

On Moscow Metro, taking the subway is akin to walking through a national heritage site

Belorusskaya

Komsomolskaya

Some of Moscow's Metro stations resemble cathedrals and art galleries - rather than pragmatic transport hubs

Arbatskaya

Hidden under Moscow is one of its most gleaming treasures

Prospekt Mira

Depending on where you get off, you'll find architectural movements as Baroque, Art Deco or Futurism, and face stained glass windows, marble columns, crystal chandeliers, gilded mosaics and painted scenes from Russian history

Kiyevskaya

Elektrozavodskaya

The train system was built in 1935 under the rule of Stalin

Stalin ordered the architects and artists behind the project's construction to create something which glorified this vast communist entity

Ploshchad Revolyutsii

Teatralnaya

Begin with a single 11 km line connecting just 13 stations

Novoslobodskaya

Grown into the world's 4th busiest transit system and the most beautiful metro stations in the world

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