Subways aren't the first things that jump to mind in a discussion of beauty. But there are plenty of breathtaking underground stations - usually of a futuristic bent. Our vote, however, goes to an old school example. Moscow's 1930s subway stations have to be the most ostentatious stopping places in the world. Decked out with the huge chandeliers, vaulted plaster-moulded ceilings, arches and hand-painted frescoes of a state ballroom, you half expect commuters to break into a spontaneous waltz.
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NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO The Mono Lisa is not beautiful! It is a bland, boring painting that stirs no emotion with an unimpressive woman as a figure. It may have been painted by a famous person and could use some impressive methods but the painting itself is not worthy of being called "Beautiful" or even art! There are much better works of art out there both modern and old. You shouldn't look for fame when asking about the most beautiful, you look for what tugs at your heart more, and anyone who says that this thing does that is probably thinking more about who painted it then the painting itself, or really has a bland view of the world
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