Keleti Railway Station in Boedapest

Keleti Railway Station

Keleti Railway Station, or Keleti pályaudvar in Hungarian, is a popular destination for tourists in Budapest due to its rich historical significance and impressive architecture. The station was built in the late 19th century and has been a hub for both domestic and international rail travel ever since. It is the largest and most grandiose of the three main railway stations in Budapest, featuring a stunning facade and a large central hall with high ceilings and ornate decorations. During World War II, the station played an important role in the transportation of Jewish people to concentration camps, and today serves as a powerful reminder of Hungary's complex and often tragic past.

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