Metro station not art work

Metro station is not a work of art: cities attracting tourists all over the world, subway stations are also competing with each other. You do not see the city exactly without seeing the metro stations, each of which is a work of art, with the signature of famous architects and artists.
The famous Toledo station in Naples, Italy has a futuristic architecture. The metro station, completed at 2012, marks the traces of the Catalan architecture. The station, designed by Salvador Dali's close friend architect Oscar Tusquets, will impress you with its blue and black ceramics and many visitors.
Without seeing the metro station in Stockholm, Sweden, you don't have a definite idea about metros and subway stations. The station called TCentralen at the bottom of the 34 meter; is known for its colors, architecture and walls covered with frescoes. The station is a cave.
The Marienplatz underground station in Munich, Germany is a masterpiece of modern art. The renewed station at 2006 is known as one of the most important stations in the city.
Barcelona's second largest city, Barcelona, ​​entertainment venues, beaches, boutiques and delicious food, as well as for the ambitious metro station is worth seeing. You can think of the architecture of the Drassanes station, designed by two famous architects of Spain, Eduardo Gutierrez Munne and Jordi Fernandez Rio, and you might think you're on the set of Star Wars.
Portugal's capital, Lisbon's subway station, will fascinate people. The metro station Olaias has works and installations from famous Portuguese artists all around.

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