Wiesbaden Hauptbahnhof

I randomly selected an image from Wiesbaden and I landed in its Hauptbahnhof, called in English as main train station or central station. Wiesbaden is the capital of the federal state of Hesse. It is located in the southwest part of Germany. Wiesbaden is also one of the oldest spa towns in Europe.

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Wiesbaden Central Station is located at the southern edge of the city center and is served by over 500 long-distance and regional trains. It was built from 1904 to 1906 according to the plans of Fritz Klingholz in a flamboyant neo-baroque style that corresponded to an international style of architecture adopted for spa towns.

Here is an image of the train station taken during our visit last November 2010. It was under repair as we were there.

 
 

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