The Railway Station In Bielsko
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The Railway Station In Bielsko

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Called a "new railway station" which was built in 1889 it has been recently completely modernized. On the marbled plate on fronton side of the building there is as inscription telling that the station belonged to "Northern Railway Line of Emperor Ferdinand", which is one of the oldest railway lines in the region of Europe. There are beautiful frescos in vestibule, which were uncovered and restored during renovation.

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