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WHICH CITY’S SUBWAY SYSTEM IS REFERRED TO AS THE “WORLD’S LONGEST ART GALLERY”?
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[STC00972] Painstakingly painted, carved, and sculpted over the course of 68 miles, Stockholm’s subway system is unofficially dubbed the ‘world’s longest art gallery’. While you are riding the escalators, waiting in the halls, or standing on the platforms at any of the network’s one hundred stations, you will be able to take in a stunning work of art at each one. In the 1950s, a highly decorated subway system was constructed, and the government, believing that art ought to be more accessible to all of its citizens, played a significant role in its construction. This belief led to the inclusion of art in a significant role in the construction of the subway system. When the first station, T-Centralen, opened its doors in 1957, the artists who were tasked with decorating the subway took their cues from the abstract trends that were prevalent in Paris and New York. The one and only worry? Because the ceilings and murals are so stunning, you’ll need to pay extra attention to make sure you don’t miss your train.