at the other side of Kiyevskaya station
with nice mosaics of Ukrainian life
she heroically tends to the chicken
a heroic miner
he brought his own chair to inspect the sculptures of Ploshcha Revolyutsii
but has nice mosaics in the ceiling
Belorusskaya station is dimly lit
an homage to Lenin
this is Kiyevskaya station
With a length of almost 400 km and 230+ stations, the Moscow Metro ranks as one of the world's longest, and with 84 meters also
one of the deepest metro systems.
The first line was built in two years and opened to the public in 1935.
The early Moscow Metro stations
are a main tourist attraction because they are built in the Socialist Realism
style with which Stalin wanted to demonstrate Soviet
superiority. Each station has a unique architectural style
In August 2019 we rode the Moscow Metro and checked out
the following stations:
from 1954 with mosaics
that celebrate the Russian-Ukrainian unity.
And of course a statue or mural of Lenin is present in every station.
like everywhere else you have to buy a ticket for the Metro. And thy speak English
our guide is locating the right Metro line
and a happy gathering
Komsomolskaya has a buste of Lenin
he has his back solidly covered