Friday, April 11, 2008

More Pictures of Moscow Subway - Metro System

One of my friends sent me a power point presentation about Moscow's Subway. I know I posted about Russia's capital subway system not so long ago. But I decided to post these pics anyways - may be some of you will be interested to know more about it. By the way, Russian English translation for subway is Metro. So if you are about to go to Russia and see a sign Метро or just a sign with an "M", you should know that it stands for subway.
Here you go...Pictures of gorgeous Moscow subway.

Baumanskaya Metro Station

This is also a Baumanskaya Metro Station

Belorusskaya Station

Dobrinskaya Subway Station in Moscow

Dinamo Station in Moscow

Kievskaya Subway station - One of the most beautiful stations in Moscow. Long time ago I was doing a Russian phone translation for one of my friends from USA visiting Moscow. At the time of the translation he was in that station...Well, you won't believe me how much of an excitement he had.

This is also Kievskaya Station...

And this is the same station — Kievskaya

Komsomolskaya Metro

I hope you enjoyed these pictures. I have some more of those...


Blogger Russel said...

These stations were of course largely created as propaganda pieces for Stalin's Five-Year-Plans.

I thought you might be interested in checking out the "Virtual Tour Around Tsarist Russia" which can be found here:

2:58 PM  
Blogger Ana Cristina said...

Hi, it´s really a beautiful metro station! Your blog is quite interesting. Congratulations!

regards from Portugal,

5:49 PM  
Blogger TranslatorRus said...

Thank you for your feedback. In my next post I will post some more of Moscow metro stations. So visit our blog frequently!
As for the propaganda, that's probably true. But nobody really excludes this fact. I'm just trying to show the beauty of those stations.
But thanks for the comment.

12:12 AM  
Anonymous Paul said...

Please post shots of the glorious ceiling mosaics in the Mayakovskaya station, and the oversized statues holding up the arches at Barrikadnaya, those were always my favorites.

I lived in Moscow in the early 1990's, and the two things I miss most are the theaters and the Metro.

6:00 AM  
Anonymous tahiti18 said...

Nowhere in the world are the underground tube stations as glorious as they are in Moscow.
If you are visting this beautiful city then we invite to stay in your own apartment just like a true moscovite!

3:49 PM  
Blogger logosfree said...

subway logo png

12:51 AM  

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