Stazione Leopolda


Commercial Buildings


Train Station


Firenze (FI)


Leopolda Station, the first railway station in Florence, built at the end of the 19th century, is now an exhibition space that extends over a surface area of approximately 6000 m2 and is divided into two main areas: the Leopolda Station and the Alcatraz area. The Leopolda Station consists of a single space with a metal roof structure divided into two bays 15 metres wide and respectively 140 metres and 100 metres long. The Alcatraz area is former warehouse with two floors and a total surface are of 1500 m2. The 1100 m2 square in front of the station was refurbished by Gae Aulenti in 1996.

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