Samara Train Station - The Biggest Train Station in Europe

 

 
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Samara Train Station - The Biggest Train Station in Europe

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One of the most significant buildings in Samara is the Samara Train Station. Erected in 1996, the futuristic hi-tech construction is the largest and richest railway station in Europe. Modern and well-equipped, it has everything one needs including many lockers, lost luggage facilities, a currency exchange, ATMs and a great transit lounge where passengers can even spend the night.

Nowadays, the stations carrying capacity stands at 27 000 passengers with a seating capacity of 3150 people. Moreover, it has an observation area a huge balcony, from which one can admire the scenery in the best possible way. It is worth mentioning that The Historical Museum of the Kuybyshev Highway is situated on the first floor of the Samara Train Station. This place will especially be of interest for those who are fascinated by the development of the Russian transportation system, and particularly the transportation system of Samara.

Since its establishment, the Samara Train Station has become a true symbol of the city of Samara. Modern design the combination of metallic framework alongside shining electric-blue glass units - has made this structure one of the most beautiful buildings in the Volga Region.

 

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