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[PDF / Epub] ★ Under Ground Subways and Metros of the World By Catherine Zerdoun – African-american-literature.co These days a subway is an integral part of a city's heritage and a key feature of the urban landscape used by passengers but subways are also full of history and art They reflect a city's personality These days a subway is an integral part of a city's heritage and a key feature of the urban landscape used by passengers but subways are also full of history and art They reflect a city's personality and its past and future and are worthy of exploration even for those not boarding a train It's safe to say that a great many subways have overcome their past reputation for unpleasant shadinessSubways revolutionized urban transport moving people from crowded streets to efficient underground tunnels This book has two parts the first tells the stories of six major subways London Paris Moscow New York Berlin Tokyo It describes their histories the circumstances of their construction and many anecdotes from what were invariably political financial engineering and architectural marathons As well deadly accidents scarce funds and corruption set construction off the railsoften than notThe second half of the book is a stunning photo gallery of some of the most surprising subway stations around the world They include examples from the six systems covered historically plus stations whose architecture reflects the cities and the people that they serveThey includeSzent Gellért Budapest One of the world's oldest subways spiral patterns take riders on an intergalactic trip of misleading perspectives and concrete interlacingPuhung Pyongyang North Korea This dictator's showcase is one of only two stations open but two hours a day and apparently a mandatory activity for touristsBeitucheng Beijing Echoes of ancient blue and white porcelain are rendered contemporary even in the subway mapsRådhuset Stockholm Where Franciscan monks prayed in the 15th century artist Sitgvard Olsson has created an organic cave its rough walls lit in red like volcanic magmaNew York City The vaulted tile ceiling of New York's City Hall ghost station is unfortunately rarely seenToledo Naples Seen on this book's jacket it is one of Europe's most magnificent stationsConcorde Station Paris Tiled walls form a word search puzzle of the Declaration of the Rights of Man.

These days a subway is an integral part of a city's heritage and a key feature of the urban landscape used by passengers but subways are also full of history and art They reflect a city's personality and its past and future and are worthy of exploration even for those not boarding a train It's safe to say that a great many subways have overcome their past reputation for unpleasant shadinessSubways revolutionized urban transport moving people from crowded streets to efficient underground tunnels This book has two parts the first tells the stories of six major subways London Paris Moscow New York Berlin Tokyo It describes their histories the circumstances of their construction and many anecdotes from what were invariably political financial engineering and architectural marathons As well deadly accidents scarce funds and corruption set construction off the railsoften than notThe second half of the book is a stunning photo gallery of some of the most surprising subway stations around the world They include examples from the six systems covered historically plus stations whose architecture reflects the cities and the people that they serveThey includeSzent Gellért Budapest One of the world's oldest subways spiral patterns take riders on an intergalactic trip of misleading perspectives and concrete interlacingPuhung Pyongyang North Korea This dictator's showcase is one of only two stations open but two hours a day and apparently a mandatory activity for touristsBeitucheng Beijing Echoes of ancient blue and white porcelain are rendered contemporary even in the subway mapsRådhuset Stockholm Where Franciscan monks prayed in the 15th century artist Sitgvard Olsson has created an organic cave its rough walls lit in red like volcanic magmaNew York City The vaulted tile ceiling of New York's City Hall ghost station is unfortunately rarely seenToledo Naples Seen on this book's jacket it is one of Europe's most magnificent stationsConcorde Station Paris Tiled walls form a word search puzzle of the Declaration of the Rights of Man.

Kindle  Catherine Zerdoun ì Under Ground Subways and Metros of the World eBook é ì

Kindle Catherine Zerdoun ì Under Ground Subways and Metros of the World eBook é ì

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