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Karlsruhe Railway is a railway station in the German city of Karlsruhe. Karlsruhe Railway is a major hub where several railways connect. The Karlsruhe Railway station was built to Irish gauge as were all railways built by the Grand Duchy of Baden State Railway in the early days. The then tracks ran at ground level and the approach lines were built with sharp curves because of the confined spaces. As the traffic increased, the Karlsruhe Railway Station was relocated one kilometre south of the existing site. Today, Karlsruhe Railway Stations is close to the Zoo and the City Garden and offers its tourists a wide range of restaurants, coffee shops and shops.
Top Attractions Within Karlsruhe Railway
Marktplatz is located near Karlsruhe Railway and is a wonderful place to spend your time. The plaza has a stone pyramid marking the grave of the city's founder. Built in 1825, it is emblem of Karlsruhe. Here, there are also many restaurants and coffee shops, where you can enjoy a pleasant afternoon sipping from a cup of coffee and read a good book.
Botanischer Garten der Universitat Karlsruhe is located near Karlsruhe Railway. The garden contains a total of 5.700 plant species, inclusing 1.930 endangered species. The garden has three main missions, consisting in research, particularly in understanding the molecular basis of development, growth and metabolism, teaching, for which the garden provides plant material for the courses and is used for field trips and the comparison of plant types and conservation of rare species and varieties of plants.
The St. Stephan Parish church in Karlsruhe, near Karlsruhe Railway, is one of the masterpieces of neoclassical church architecture in Southern Germany. The Parish is built on the model of the Panthenon from Rome and it is a wonderful landmark that must not be missed.
The Grand Ducal burial chapel in Karlsruhe, located in the vicinity of Karlsruhe Railway, is a mausoleum rather than a church and is located in the middle of the forest. It is another beautiful venue that tourists must visit if they are in Karlsruhe.