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Stunning metro stations around the world

Photos Logo Photos | Slide 1 of 32: 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 1973.

Metro stations of Stockholm, Sweden

The cavernous stations of Stockholm are a perfect harmony of the rugged and refined. Over 90 of the city’s 100 metro stations offer an effusive riot of colors, ensuring the commute in the Swedish capital remains vibrant. No wonder, the Stockholm metro system is called the "longest art gallery in the world.”

(Pictured) Stadion Metro Station, Stockholm: Built in 1973 and designed by artists Enno Hallek and Ake Pallarp, this station stands out for its super-photogenic rainbow cave mural that pays tribute to the nearby site of the 1912 Summer Olympics.

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