13 Panoramic Views Of The Moscow Metro

Panoramic Views Of The Moscow Metro

Posted on May 17, 2011 by team

The Moscow metro celebrated its 76th anniversary on the 15th of May. In honor of this occasion we prepared some panoramic pictures of tunnels, stations and escalators. These photos are not ordinary at all, so enjoy! (Click on the pictures to see full scale panoramic images).

Park Kultury station, Koltsevaya Line.

Kievsckaya station, Koitsevaya Line.

The exit behind Kievskaya station.

Preobrazhenskaya Square station.

Novoslobodskaya station.

The exits between Novoslobodskaya and Prospect Mira stations.


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13 Responses to “Panoramic Views Of The Moscow Metro”

  1. zjoske says:

    Nice pictures, nice effects

  2. Archy Bunka says:

    A. “your comment is awaiting moderation” Bunka here.
    First? That would make 3 today, I am bagging them.

  3. Musa says:

    I never thought I would use the word elegant to describe a subway station but in some places that’s what this subway station is.

  4. George Johnson says:

    Somebody got a new camera lens…..

  5. xoxo says:

    does this post suppose to make one feel dizzy?

  6. TheGenuineDon says:


  7. Otis R. Needleman says:

    Impressive. Nice to see how well everything is kept.

    • Scrat says:

      Considering how many people use it in a day it’s a miracle they can keep it clean. I think there’s around 10 million people use it on a daily basis.

  8. terry says:

    beautiful and very grand . I also had the pleasure of experiencing it !!!

  9. Tom says:

    Stunning Metro system, I hope to be able to visit it myself some day! :)

    Some stations look very similar to the ones in Pyongyang I must say…

  10. Sabot says:

    Not a big fan of these photos. Nearly unviewable images of what is in fact an impressive and beautiful construct.

  11. JZ says:

    wold have been nice to have a 360 field of view vision.

  12. furman76 says:

    Photos are heavily distorted here. I suggest you to go and check the originals at LJ – there’s a link under the last image.

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