Stockholm » Stokholm | 97 just discovered about this very unusual Swedish tourist destination, we’ve collected some curious and interesting facts about the Stockholm metro. 1. Of the hundred stations that the Stockholm metro has been operating for over two decades, 53 are actually above ground. 2. It’s believed that over 150 different artistsmade this Stockholmgallery possible through the submitting of their works. You can thus enjoy diverse forms of art that depict the rich culture of Sweden since the 1950s. 3. The first ever artworks to be presented for public viewing within the Stockholm metro system were installed around 1957. That was seven years after the city’s first underground rail line became operational, Kao štomu samo ime govori, T-Centralen je centralna stanica u sistemumetroa Stokholma i povezuje crvenu, zelenu i plavu liniju / As its name suggests, T-Centralen is the central station in Stockholm’s metro system, connecting its red, green and blue lines in October 1950. 4. Many of the stations resemble caves that a troll might inhabit. Their blasted bedrock walls have been sprayed with a thin layer of concrete, then adorned with intricatemurals, reliefs and even LED sculptures. 5. Some of the best stations that you should definitely pay some extra visits include Kungsträdgården, Rådhuset and Tensta (on the Blue Line); Bagarmossen, Hötorget and Thorildsplan (on the Green Line); and Tekniska Högskolan and Stadion (on the Red Line). Više od 150 različitih umetnika omogucilo je ovu vrstu podzemne galerije More than 150 different artists made this kind of underground gallery possible Moderno dizajnirana, živopisna stanica metroa u Stokholmu Modern designed, colourful metro station in Stockholm FOTO: ALIAKSANDR ANTANOVICH, LIGHTFIELDSTUDIOS, RIEKKINEN, ALEXANDER FARNSWORTH / ISTOCK