It is the second Italian station for volume and volume of traffic after Rome Termini as well as one of Europe’s major railway stations. The imposing building was officially inaugurated on July 1, 1931. It was designed by Vittorio Emanuele III, to replace the very first historical station (1864), of which today there is no trace. About 600 trains pass through here every day. From the 1920s Benito Mussolini wanted the station to represent the power of the fascist regime.
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