Subway station entrances are usually designed in a clean and modernistic style in order to make people forget they are traveling deep underground.
But this particular subway entrance might be one of the coolest subway station entrance’s ever.
Located in the city center of Frankfurt, Germany, the Bockenheimer Warte subway entrance looks like a train bursting out from the concrete sidewalk.
No, this isn’t the work of the Hulk, but a clever architect named Zbigniew Peter Pininski, who felt inspired by surrealist artist René Magritte when creating it. The station was built in 1986 with a recent expansion in 2001.
Highly unusual design for a subway entrance … but cool AF!
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