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Warsaw train station declared historic monument

24.07.2019 16:07
Warsaw’s central railway station has been listed as a historic monument, the Gazeta Wyborcza daily reported on Wednesday.
Warsaws central train station.
Warsaw's central train station.Photo: commons.wikimedia.org/CC0

The modernist station, which was built in 1975, has undergone few major refurbishments since then.

One took place in 2011 just before the 2012 European football championship, which Poland co-hosted with neighbouring Ukraine.

“The results of the … renovation project have already vanished,” said historian Grzegorz Piątek, as quoted by the daily.

The Warsaw central railway station was designed by architect Arseniusz Romanowicz, who also helped design the city’s Powiśle, Wschodnia and Ochota stations.


Source: Gazeta Wyborcza