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This station was open in 1908, representing 110 years in activity and is 300 meters long.
Built during Kaiser Wilkem II, when first anexation of Metz into the German Empire.
Is an Historical Monument since 1975.
A 5 minutes walk from the Centre Pompidou, on the way to the Cathedral. Looks more like a mixture of a church and a palace. Also looks more German than French. Some information before the visit will be useful.
This railway station is very functional, despite its little size all the services needed are available. Its architecture from early 1900 and the big square in front of it make the station very good looking (specifically at night)
Just near the centre of Metz, the...More