A stained glass panel is seen in Novoslobodskaya metro station, which was built in 1952, in Moscow
A stained glass panel is seen in Novoslobodskaya metro station, which was built in 1952, in Moscow, August 17, 2013. To step onto the Moscow metro is to step back in time and immerse yourself in a museum rich in architecture and history. Opened in 1935, it is an extravagant gallery of Communist design, featuring Soviet artworks, statues, chandeliers, stained glass and ceiling mosaics. Built under Stalin, the metro now transports 7 to 9 million people a day and costs 30 Rubles, around $1, for a single ride. Picture taken August 17, 2013. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY)
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