Hundertwasser Bahnhof

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allinug
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Hundertwasser Bahnhof

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There are train stations and there are TRAIN STATIONS, like the artful attraction in Uelzen.
The original station building was rebuilt in the late 1990s for the World Expo 2000, following drawings by the Austrian artist F. Hundertwasser. The building, known in German as Hundertwasser-Bahnhof Uelzen, is a tourist attraction for the city. Uelzen's station building is a so-called "cultural station", a KuBa (KulturBahnhof), and is used, in addition to as a railway station (it is a railway junction with trains to Hamburg, Hanover and Braunschweig, among others), for cultural events of various kinds.
It is well worth a turf zone. I have put a suggestion in the app: "Uelzen100Wasser" placed in front of the station building.
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https://www.ndr.de/ratgeber/reise/luene ... of101.html
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