The Moscow Metro Looks Like An Underground Palace

There are many places to explore in Moscow, but one path not to be missed is the metro stations, which are quite glamorous. The Moscow Metro opened in 1935, consisting of thirteen stations on a single line extending 11 kilometers (6.83 miles) long. Since then, the system has grown into the 4th busiest in the world, with over 300 km (186.4 miles) of line and 188 stops.

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Moscow to Get Futuristic “Batmobile” Trams That Run 50km on Batteries Alone

Already dubbed the “iPhone on rails” and the “Batmobile,” Moscow streets may soon be rolling with these highly futuristic new trams called the Russia One, or R1. Debuted last week by tank and train maker Uralvagonzavod, or UVZ, the next-generation tram looks to bring an ultra-modern transportation system to thousands of miles of Soviet-era tracks.

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Surreal Photography by Katerina Plotnikova

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Welcome to the magical land of Katerina Plotnikova. Her photography conjures up dreams of serenity and gentleness in her surreal like settings. Based in Moscow, Katerina only discovered her interest in photography 5 years ago. Since then she has been on a mission to capture her wildest imaginations through the lens.

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A Moscow Apartment Fully Decorated in Wood

Deep in the heart of Moscow is an apartment. In this apartment is wood, and…more wood and…oh yes, more wood! The very natural abode was designed by Petr Kostelov, a Russian architect who is quickly making a name for himself in the field. Every year Peter has consistently won awards for his unique residential designs. The wooden apartment is quite different than his previous houses; such as his multi-level apartment and this very industrial example also in Moscow; but his talent for pushing the limits is obvious throughout.

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Geometric Artwork From Moscow


It would be easy to say that Moscow based artist, Aske, is a man of many facets… his artwork reflects that. With new geometric works that look almost as if they jumped off a computer screen from 1992, he is adding one more style to his already diverse catalog of visual themes.

Aske is the founder of SickSystems, originally concieved as a graffiti troupe consisting of three members. In recent years, being the most active member, he has converted the company into a personal project and expanded it’s scope to include projects in graphic design, illustration, typography and more. His clients have included such big name brands as Nike and Stussy.

Always looking to the next project and creating in the most diverse ways he can imagine, his motto is to “move forward and enjoy what he does.”

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