Hamburg's Central Railway Station (Hauptbahnhof)

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Binnenalster, Hamburg, Germany

The Central Railway Station in downtown Hamburg, Germany,
seen from the Glockengießerwall (February 27, 2013)

Hamburg's Central Station (Hauptbahnhof) is indeed centrally located: the Museum of Arts & Crafts, the Kunstalle and the Heidi Kabel, Hermann Hahn's Young Horseman and Bernhard Luginbühl's Small Cyclops sculptures are just a short leisurely walk away. The station architecture includes elements of Renaissance Revival and Jugendstil. Originally, there were two clock towers, but one was destroyed in 1943. The station is operated by the Deutsche Bahn (see station search).

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