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Milan Central Station

Milan Central Station (Milano Centrale) is one of the largest and most monumental stations in Europe. Inspired by the modernism of the early twentieth century, the station has a mix of styles, especially Art Nouveau and Art Deco.

The past of the Central Station

The station was inaugurated in 1931 to replace the old central station, since it was no longer able to withstand the continuous increase in passenger traffic.

The project, much simpler during its beginnings, advanced slowly as it became a majestic construction after the coming to power of Mussolini, who claimed that the station represented the great power of the fascist regime.

The Central Station in the present

At present Milan Central Station observes a continuous movement of thousands of travelers and regulars who spend the day there, in addition to hundreds of tourists who come to contemplate its striking vaulted ceilings.

The huge steel and glass domes give shelter to 24 platforms where there is a continuous turn-around of trains leading to some of the main European capitals, as well as to other Italian cities represented by the beautiful panels of Wall tiles.

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