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Vyborg train station

Submitted by Visit Plus on Fri, 12/26/2014 - 20:50

Railway station in the Vyborg city. From the station trains depart to St. Petersburg. Station also caters trains traveling between Helsinki, Finland and the cities of St. Petersburg and Moscow.

The first building Vyborg station was built in 1869. The station served Railroad St. Petersburg - Helsingfors.

In 1913 by the Finnish architect Eliel Saarinen and Herman Gesellius new building was constructed station. The station was completely destroyed during the war in 1941.

The current station building was built in the postwar period.

Near the train station in Vyborg the bus station and the hotel Viking.

You can see the location of the station on the city map.

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