'Piano stairs' add zest to subway in Nanjing (2)

14:12, April 22, 2011      

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People experience the "piano stairs" that can produce melodious sounds at a subway station in Nanjing on April 21. A pair of stairs looking like the keys of the piano was put into use at Subway Line 2 in Nanjing, capital of east China's Jiangsu Province recently. The stairs arranged according to the piano's keyboard can produce melodious piano sounds when there is people passing by. (Photo by Ji Handong, Xinhua)

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