When I first visited Moscow, Russia in 2018, I was introduced to the Moscow Metro by Dad. I've never ridden in subways as unique as this and I've never seen anything like this before. Every station is like a museum or gallery in its own. Its simply beautiful, clean, perfect flow of people with very little clutter and jams. Security and cleanliness is a top priority. AND... its the most the most inexpensive way to get around the city of Moscow and other nearby areas. It can be intimidating at first but they have the most well engineered layout and map of every route, its also in "English" too along with other languages aside from "Russian". The signs are very easy to follow, each train is also equipped with audio announcement for every stop letting you know what station is arriving letting you know if you need to stay or leave the train. And like I said earlier, each station is built very beautiful lined with arts, paintings, sculptures, etc. And some station also has fast food restaurant and mini shops for on the go, kinda like a 7-11 Store. Very convenient for just about anybody who is on the go a lot or daily commuters.
The Moscow Metro Russian: Моско́вский метрополите́н, is a rapid transit system serving Moscow, Russia, and the neighbouring Moscow Oblast cities of Krasnogorsk, Reutov, Lyubertsy and Kotelniki. Opened in 1935 with one 11-kilometre (6.8 mi) line and 13 stations, it was the first underground railway system in the Soviet Union. As of 2019, the Moscow Metro, excluding the Moscow Central Circle, Moscow Centreal Diameters and Moscow Monorail, has 232 stations (263 with Moscow Central Circle) and its route length is 408.1 km (253.6 mi), making it the fourth longest in the world and longest outside China. The system is mostly underground, with the deepest section 74 metres (243 ft) underground at the Park Pobedy station, one of the world's deepest underground stations. It is the busiest metro system in Europe, and is considered a tourist attraction in itself.
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I can literally spend an entire day riding and exploring the Metro. And if you are lucky, you might find a tour guide guiding groups of people to stations and explaining the history behind each station's design and inspiration.
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I cannot wait to bring Kahealani with me, I honestly believe she will enjoy and appreciate the architectural arts behind each station. And there are stations where it opens up to shopping malls, here favorite spots!!!😳😳😳😜😜😜
To be continued...