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Solna Centrum Sweden

The station you can see here is called „Solna Centrum“ and is located on the blue line of Stockholm's metro system. Probably the recognizable red ceiling makes it the most iconic one in the system. It was planned by architect Michael Granit and designed by the artists Karl-Olov Björk and Anders Åberg. The station opened in 1975.
Stockholm’s metro is the world’s longest art exhibition, because nearly all of its 100 stations are designed by artists. So buying a ticket for public transport is like buying a ticket for a museum.

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Crowd Factor Lots of people
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Sunrise & Sunset 03:35 - 21:58 | current local time: 07:36
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