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| Piața Gării, Iaşi, Romania|
5 (1 side platform, 4 island platforms)
700090, Piața Gării 2, Iași 700259, Romania
Constanța railway station, Suceava North railway st, Timișoara Nord railway st, Bacău railway station, Cluj‑Napoca train station
Iași railway station is the main railway station in Iaşi, and one of the oldest in Romania. It is part of the Pan-European Corridor IX.
Iași railway station Wikipedia
Opened in 1870, the Grand Railway Station first connected Iași to Czernowitz in Bukovina, Austria-Hungary and, after two years, to Bucharest.
The original building designed by Julian Zachariewicz and inspired by the Venetian Doge's Palace, is 133.8 metres (439 ft) long, has 113 rooms and is listed in the National Register of Historic Monuments.
In 1928-1930, two additional wings were symmetrically added to each side of the building. In 1980, a new separate building was constructed on the north side of the complex station and named Iași Nord.
The main buildings of the station have recently been restored with modern additions.-
As of 2013, Iași railway station serves about 110 trains in a typical day, including domestic trains to and from a majority of Romanian cities. Additionally, international trains run to Chişinău and Ungheni, in the Republic of Moldova.
The main lines in Iaşi are Făurei – Tecuci – Iaşi and Iaşi – Paşcani.
The station is served by several tram and bus lines operated by RATP and Unistil, the local transit operators.Arad (via Oradea): 732 km (455 mi)
Bacău: 158 km (98 mi)
Baia Mare: 533 km (331 mi)
Braşov (via Buzău): 453 km (281 mi)
București Nord: 406 km (252 mi)
Constanţa: 430 km (270 mi)
Craiova: 631 km (392 mi)
Galaţi: 255 km (158 mi)
Oradea: 610 km (380 mi)
Suceava: 136 km (85 mi)
Timișoara Nord (via Oradea): 788 km (490 mi)
Timișoara Nord (via Deva): 847 km (526 mi)
Belgrad (via Cluj-Napoca): 966 km (600 mi)
Berlin: 1,718 km (1,068 mi)
Budapest (via București Nord): 1,279 km (795 mi)
Budapest (via Cluj-Napoca): 858 km (533 mi)
Chişinău: 130 km (81 mi)
Frankfurt am Main: 1,260 km (780 mi)
Kiev (via Suceava): 916 km (569 mi)
Kiev (via Bălţi): 619 km (385 mi)
Sofia: 945 km (587 mi)
Venice: 1,710 km (1,060 mi)
Vienna: 1,130 km (700 mi)