Station Madrid Change Their Roles

One of the main attractions of Madrid and the most recognizable place in town is the station. It's called Principe Pio. As planned by the local authorities, he must become a true entertainment center. Recall that the station building appeared in Madrid in the early 20th century. According to Spanish architects, the station building is the finest example of railway architecture in the country.
In the area where the Principe Pio, prefer to stay tourists. Whether fortunately, or to the delight of local residents, but now the station is a transport hub, however, is still owned by one of the railway companies of the country. In 2004 the building was opened in the same shopping center. But, most of the station was closed to ordinary citizens.
To such a large area was not empty, state and private enterprises has decided to undertake a major reconstruction of the station, built in the last century. But it is not about architectural changes to the external appearance of the building and internal spaces. They will be modified in such a way that it became possible to organize concerts and other entertainment events.

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