While metro stations of Yerevan are dull, lacking lavishly excecuted national motifs combined with brutalism you'd see in other ex-Soviet underground systems, they do have this cool feature (like in Tbilisi) of digital timers counting both up and down until the next train leaves, so passengers would be aware of the train schedule. Incidentally, this is also the only selfie/proof that I have ever been to Yerevan, Armenia. Last minutes of 7.07.07.2018 at the Republic Square. #mirrorselfie#yerevanmetro#metrostation#subway#underground#metro#armenia#yerevan
This is the last photo I took in Budapest yesterday. It’s our gorgeous local metro station. 10 minutes later I realised I was taking everyone to the wrong station to catch our train to Thessaloniki and all hell broke loose. We jumped off the metro we were on as if perused by demons. We ran up some escalators, then down some other ones to the exact same platform we’d just left and jumped on a metro going the opposite way. The kids were awesome. I was pretending to be calm but was freaking out inside. And the long and short of it was that in the end we caught our train and all was well. Thank f#%* for that 😱🚂🤦🏻♀️
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Wat doemt daar op achter de Schelpenpoort van de Musea Zutphen? Vandaag en morgen kunnen bezoekers de installatie Metrostation van kunstenaar Willem de Haan bekijken in de tuin van de Musea Zutphen.
De installatie maakt deel uit van de promotie campagne van Kunstlijn Oost, een nieuw initiatief van een aantal culturele instellingen in Oost-Nederland. Binnenkort meer over deze samenwerking op onze website!