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Swan Tree : Around the world Saturday, May 15th, 2010
Swan Tree : Around the world
Bringing inspiration and creativity to the masses, public art installations can be found from quiet rural villages to large cities that never sleep. But sometimes, some of the most interesting works of art and design in public spaces are hidden, and in some cases, underground. Prague Station above is a pretty good example.
In cosmopolitan cities around the world, the subway systems that run underground offer some of the most interesting art and architecture, available only to those opting for ticket on public transportation.
An extensive network that shuttles commuters around the busy city, New York’s subway system is an iconic... pages: | | 1 search citynoise.org
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