Only the Swedes could make an otherwise rather dull public transit system so riveting; indeed the Stockholm metro has been deemed the world’s longest art gallery numerous times, at 100 kilometres long and stretching over 90 stations.
Stunning underground art In Stockholm’s metro station
Rådhuset station in Stockholm was constructed using organic architecture, which leaves the bedrock exposed and unsculptured, appearing to be based on natural cave systems metro station (T-bana) Wikipedia page. Photo by Alexander Dragunov.
STADION METRO STATION (STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN) A must-see destination for travellers in Sweden, the Stockholm metro has been called the ‘longest art gallery in the world’. The station was decorated by artists Enno Hallek and Ake Pallarp in
Interview: Stunning Underground Art Inside the Stockholm Metro
The Stockholm metro (Swedish: Stockholms tunnelbana) is a metro system in Stockholm, Sweden. The first line opened in and today the system has 100 stations in use, of which 47 are underground and 53 above ground.