The American edition Business Insider compiled a list of the most beautiful and unusual underground stations in the world, including the stations in Taiwan, Dubai, Italy, Spain, the United States and other countries.
All stations shown on the list are not only the places of train stop, but also the art centers.
Kyiv metro station Zoloti Vorota was also included into the list of the most beautiful metro stations.
“The Zoloti Vorota in Kyiv was created by the artists who filled the station with intricate mosaics along its columns and surfaces. It also hosts chandeliers with candle-shaped lighting to create an elegant space,” Business Insider reports.
The main renovated entrance to Zoloti Vorota metro station has been opened recently.
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