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Den Haag Centraal Station

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Wikipedia: "Den Haag Centraal (in English: The Hague Central) is the largest train station in the Dutch city of The Hague. It is the largest terminal station in the Netherlands with 12 tracks. The station was completed in 1973, next to the older station Den Haag Staatsspoor. It is the western terminus of the Gouda–Den Haag railway"

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