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Moscow Circle Line

The Moscow Metro Circle Line stations, and some of the other stations as well, are justly famous for their public art.  Much of it was intended under Stalin and later Khrushchev as propaganda.

It works.

My best photo of the trip so far (it’s a half-second exposure) is from Novoslobodskaya:

I was enamored with these two elderly ladies shuffling to a train: