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Evro 2012 Area at the station
Ukraine

Южный вокзал, официальное название Харьков-Пассажирский — главная пассажирская железнодорожная станция Южной железной дороги в Харькове. Здание вокзала в стиле «сталинского ампира» открыто 2 ноября 1952 года вместо разрушенного в годы войны. Архитекторы — Г. И. Волошин, Б. С. Мезенцев, Е. А. Лымарь; инженер С. Филинов.

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