Publish date : Wednesday 24 January 2018 14:39
The metro of Moscow is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful in the world. In 1933, the greatest architects of the Soviet era left their mark on the cityscape by creating one of the most important cultural heritage sites in Russia. When Stalin and the Communist Party’s Central Committee, the Bolsheviks, launched the development, it became a symbol of architectural prowess that was unequaled in civil engineering at that time. The builders were honored, and the All-Union Leninist Young Communist League that led the construction received the Order of Lenin. The city’s makeup was inspired by the overwhelming feeling of patriotism that existed at that time. The worker’s union, with help from Joseph Stalin, built the most beautiful underground world, an empire of marble and stone palaces with royal aesthetics. The revolution and the defense of the motherland were two key ideas of the USSR and its socialist regime. These ideas were celebrated in mosaics and sculptures that appeared as early as when the line first opened on May 15, 1935. Here: A young schoolboy from a military school in a train of the subway. It is not unusual to see military costumes, the spirit of the military school appeared in Russia as early as the eighteenth century.