11 thoughts on “Beautiful Subway of Tashkent, Uzbekistan”

  1. Super-rich governments have billions of $$$ to dazzle their impoverished residents.

    After a subway journey the citizens can then ascend to their usual bleak environment.

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    • If such a station is made from raw concrete as it is the de rigueur in the west for decades now, graffitti are a matter of self defense.
      Stations that are old, like from the beginning of the 20th century, usually are much cleaner and without graffitti.

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  2. The architecture is impressie while the photographs are not.
    They are too simple not really catching the grandeur of the stations

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  3. At least it hasn’t become a huge advertising space, as in other former soviet countries.
    There are metro stations with so many ad boards and tv’s that normally, they had to pay you for a ride.

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  4. Same situation is in Paris,NY,Las Vegas,Singapore,Hong Kong,Seoul,Bruxelles…and all other cities in the “super-rich” countries…
    No shame for the politicians.They have a skin hard as the skin of the vietnamese pig.

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  5. What is it with the Russians(?) and beautiful subway stations?
    In most countries, subway stations are purely functional, and have all the charm of a public toilet.
    But the Russkies? They make them works of art.
    Absolutely magnificent!

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  6. Beautiful! To bad I can’t say the same for our (US) soulless concrete tunnels painted with advertising and graffiti that are in our major cities.

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