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Sochi Train Station

Submitted by Visit Plus on Thu, 06/04/2015 - 22:55

Railway Station of Sochi is one of the largest railway stations in southern Russia. The current station building was opened September 10, 1952. The building has good shape memory. The highest part of the building is a clock tower and spire (architect AN Dushkin). The tower height of 55 meters. The station serves a large number of tourists who arrive in Sochi on the railway. The station receives trains from most major cities in Russia.

The railway station of Sochi also serves commuter trains. Hence the rail can be reached in Tuapse, Looe, Adler and the international airport. Also by train you can get to the ski center, which are located near the village of Krasnaya Polyana in mountains. Trains run to the train station of Rosa Khutor.

Near the train station is the bus station. By the sea port laid pedestrian street. The distance to the harbor station about 1.5 km.

The photo depicts the train station of the city of Sochi. You can specify the location of the station on the map.


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