Dunedin is culturally rich with historic buildings, museums and bird sanctuaries. The city still has many typical Scottish-style buildings, which are described as the "most like Scotland outside Scotland". Dunedin is culturally rich with historic buildings, museums and bird sanctuaries. The city still has many typical Scottish-style buildings, which are described as the "most like Scotland outside Scotland"
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Dunedin Railway Station is known as the most beautiful railway station in New Zealand. It has a history of more than 100 years. The entire building is a typical British Victorian building. It looks very elegant and solemn, and the cherry blossom forest outside the train station is really extraordinarily beautiful whenever the cherry blossoms are in full bloom. It is definitely a good place to take pictures.
Dunedin Railway Station was opened in 1906. Its majestic, spectacular and magnificent appearance earned the architect George Chupp the nickname "Gingerbread George". Chupp designed Dunedin Railway Station in the Flemish Renaissance style, and the University of Otago and nearby courthouses have similar designs. When it comes to the characteristic buildings of New Zealand, one has to mention the Flemish Renaissance and Dunedin Railway Station. The interior of the train station is small, only 20 meters from the front entrance to the back entrance. There is a small post office in the waiting hall. Nowadays, the train station is mostly a check-in point for sightseeing photos, and there are not many shifts.
Very British style historic building, worth a visit.
Strong Scottish landscape, but nidin's first landmark.