EUROPE'S MOST FAMOUS RAILWAY STATIONS - Antwerp

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Program

: Travel
: Jeremy J. P. Fekete
: Yuzu Productions/ Arte G.E.I.E, Stefilm, Laokoon Filmgroup, Servus TV, SWR
: 2018
: One off, HD, 16/9, 4K
: 1x52', 1x45'
This episode belongs to the series : EUROPE'S MOST FAMOUS RAILWAY STATIONS

Antwerpen Centraal is a jewel in the “city of diamonds”. Built in 1905, Its gigantic dome reminds of the Pantheon in Rome. Wall to wall with the station lies Antwerp’s green heart – the Zoological garden, which bears witness to the Belgian colonial empire. The station’s counterpart is Antwerp’s harbor from where two million Europeans sailed away by the turn of the 19th century, to the new promised land, America. The station tells stories about people who are not just passengers. They have a special relationship with the Antwerpen Centraal: a station master, a Jewish diamond manufacturer and a railway fan.

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