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Station Groningen
Netherlands

The main railway station of the city of Groningen, located south of the city’s center. This monumental building was completed in 1896. Beneath the square in front of this building, a ‘car park’ for 4500 bikes is situated.

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Tags: groningen; station; hoofdstation; railway; railwaystation; architecture; the netherlands; city; stadsbalkon
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