Milan Central Station

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The Milan Central Railway Station is the main train station of Milan, in Italy for the second passenger flow after Rome Termini and before the Torino Porta Nuova, one of the major railway stations in Europe. It was inaugurated in 1931 to replace the old train station that once stood in the Piazza della Repubblica, which has become inadequate due to rail traffic. The plant management is entrusted to the Italian Railway Network (RFI) group company Ferrovie dello Stato, which classifies the station in “Platinum”. While that of the commercial areas of the monumental passenger building is the responsibility of the Great Railway [3]. In November 2010, the airport was named for St. Frances Cabrini (1850-1917), foundress of the Congregation of the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.









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