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The World's Neatest Subway Entrance


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This isn't the work of the Hulk, but a clever architect named Zbigniew Peter Pininski. He completed the Bockenheimer Warte station in Frankfurt, Germany in 1986. The Belgian surrealist painter René Magritte inspired Pininski's vision. Have you ever seen it in person?

Link | Photos: Steve Collis/Jcornelius

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Yes, from when I was a kid and lived in Frankfurt... in the 80's :) It's been around since 1986, 2001 only saw the addition of a new train line and another floor.
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