Stazione Termini, Rome Railway Station Photos, Architecture Design, Reinforced Concrete Building Pictures
Stazione Termini, Roma : Architecture
Rome Railway Station Building, Italy: Italian Capital City Transport Infrastructure
Stazione Termini Roma
Main Railway Station Rome
Date built: 1950
Design: Leo Calini and Eugenio Montuori; Massimo Castellazzi, Vasco Fadigati, Achille Pintonello and Annibale Vitellozzi
The Railway Station building was designed by the two teams that won an architecture competition in 1947.
It was inaugurated in 1950.
Principal material: travertine & reinforced concrete.
Stazione Termini contains anodized aluminium friezes by artist Amerigo Tot.
Nicknamed ‘the Dinosaur’ due to double curve of the cantilever roof.
The Rome Railway Station has existed since 1862.
With 33 platforms and over 150 million passengers each year, Roma Termini is the second largest railway station in Europe after Paris Gare du Nord.
Termini is also the main hub for public transport inside Rome. Two Rome Metro lines (A and B) intersect at Termini metro station, and a major bus station is located at Piazza dei Cinquecento, the square in front of the station. However, the main tram lines of the city cross at Porta Maggiore, some 1,500 metres east of the station.
Rome Railway Station Building images by adrian welch available upon request: photos 2816×2112 pixels
Location: Stazione Termini, Rome, Italy
Architecture in Rome
Rome Architecture Designs – chronological list
Major building close by to the south:
Santa Maria Maggiore
picture © Adrian Welch
Major building close by to the west:
Rome architecture : contemporary buildings
Key Architecture close to this Italian railway station building:
Santa Maria Maggiore – Basilica of St Mary Major
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