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The main station in Leipzig was built in the first half Of the twentieth century with several connections to smaller stations and is the largest front station in Europe. The station has, among others, 26 railway tracks, which daily service 150,000 passengers, a three-story Promenada shopping center and a museum exhibition on track 24, where you can admire the historic rolling stock including steam locomotive 52 5448-7.
The Promenada shopping mall has an area of over 3 hectares, on which 140 service, commercial and gastronomic premises are located. Near the station there is also a hotel in the old post office building and two multi-level garages.
The station was built thanks to the agreement of the Kingdom of Prussia and Saxony. The authors of the project, which assumed two reception halls, two waiting rooms, two staircases and 13 tracks for each party, were William Lossow and Max Hans Kühne.