When it opened on 15 May 1935, the Moscow metro was a subterranean Communist paradise: its chandeliers, marble, intricate mosaics and heroic statues created an opulent space that was accessible for the city’s workers. Eighty years on it transports up to nine million people a day, with expansion plans set to make it the world’s fourth largest subway system by 2020

Source: www.theguardian.com

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