Photographer Captures Moscow Metro’s Stunning Underground Stations

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Canadian photographer David Burdeny was granted after-hours access to the underground network, when the magnificent tunnels were empty of commuters. 

The lavish train system was built in 1935 while Stalin was in power, with the marble metro designed as a form of communist propaganda.

Eighty years down the line, the Moscow Metro transports around 9 million passengers a day, with expansion plans hoping to make it the fourth largest subway system by 2020. 

 

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