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Haapsalu Railway Station
Estonia

The Haapsalu Railway Station is one of the most beautiful ones in Estonia. At the time of its completion (1906) its covered platform was the longest (216 metres) in North Europe. At present it locates the Estonian Railway Museum.

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送信日: 10/11/2010
更新日: 20/08/2014
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