Leipzig’s glass metro station

In Leipzig, the impressive new subway station consists of a glass wall of a 141-meter-long, 20-meter-wide central hall. The Wilhelmplatz station was designed by a Swiss architect who won a design competition for the €17.5 million project in 1997.

William Square Station is one of the railway lines of the Leipzig City Tunnel, a total of 3.5 miles. After ten years of construction, it will be open to the public in December. The joint development of the project, Deutsche Bahn AG and Saxony Free State, considers the new metro station to be the world’s largest railway station building.


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