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Haydarpasa Train Station
Istanbul

Haydarpaşa Train Station:

Haydarpaşa Terminal is a terminus main station of the Turkish State Railways (TCDD) in Haydarpaşa close to Kadiköy at the Anatolian part of Istanbul, Turkey. International, domestic and regional trains running to east- and southbound destinations depart from this major terminal which was built as the terminus of the Istanbul-Baghdat and Istanbul-Damascus-Medina railways during the final years of the Ottoman Empire. The first station there was built in 1872 when the railroad was opened to Gebze. However, as the line was extended, traffic increased anda new and larger building was needed. Its construction started in 1906 by Otto Ritter and Helmut Conu, two German architects who chose a neo-renaissance German style.

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