Most metro stations usually have only a simple connection to the ground, sometimes even monotonous. But the exit of a Bockenheimer Warte metro station in Frankfurt, Germany proves the opposite.
The subway station was built in 1986 and the station's upper exit is built with the design as if an old electric train plunged down the sidewalk. The structure like a broken stone in the surrounding makes the new observers look at the station for the first time.
It is known that the entrance to this station is the design idea of architect Zbigniew Peter Pininski, who is greatly influenced by the surreal paintings by artist René Magritte.
Even so, after knowing this was the design of a subway station exit, many people couldn't help but rub because of the impression of a street art.
This subway station went through an expansion in 2001 but the entrance to the station remains intact. If you have a chance to come to Frankfurt, don't forget to skip this address to visit and take photos.
Some other images of the unique entrance to the subway station in Germany:
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