Zagreb Glavni kolodvor
|Location||Trg kralja Tomislava 12, Zagreb|
|Electrified||1970 (25 kV 50 Hz AC to Belgrade and 3 kV DC to Rijeka) |
1985 (25 kV 50 Hz AC to Rijeka)
Zagreb Glavni kolodvor (Croatian for Zagreb main station) is the main railway station in Zagreb. Located 1 km (0.62 mi) south of the city's main square, it is the largest station in Croatia and the main hub of the Croatian Railways network.
An 1890 act of the Royal Hungarian Government authorised the building of the main station and maintenance shop in Zagreb. Construction of the 186.5 m (612 ft) long neoclassical style station building began in 1891 and was overseen by Hungarian architect Ferenc Pfaff. Sculptural works were undertaken by the Hungarian sculptor Vilim Marschenko. The station opened on 1 July 1892. It is one of the largest public buildings built in 19th century Zagreb.
Reconstruction works were undertaken in 1986–87 (just before the 1987 Summer Universiade) and again in 2006.
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