The Prague metro is amongst the deepest in Europe. Three lines exist, each with its own distinct architecture and design. The first line was opened in the mid-70’s while the newest arrived in 1985. There are 57 stations and approximately one and a half million passengers daily.
The deepest station is Námestí Míru, situated 52 below ground. Oddly, we had to traipse up a hill to catch an escalator down to the platform. This took about two and a half minutes!
- Aperture: ƒ/8 Camera: Canon EOS 60D Focal length: 10mm ISO: 3200 Shutter speed: 1/30s