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Railway Sation Square

Railway Sation Square
Organization address:
(Railway Station) lenin st., Tiraspol

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This is one of the oldest squares in the city: its formation dates back to the 1860s – the time of the construction of the Tiraspol – Odessa railway line. In 1867 traffic was opened and the building of the railway station was built. At the beginning of the 20th century, the Russian Emperor Nicholas II, during a visit to Tiraspol, together with Tsarevich Alexei, received reports from city and district officials at Station Square, after which he went by train to Chisinau.

During the Great Patriotic War, the Railway Station Square and the station building were badly damaged: during the retreat in 1944, the Nazis blew up the station building. In the 50s, the building was rebuilt again and inscribed in the landscape of the renovated square. In the 50s, the building was rebuilt again and inscribed in the landscape of the renovated square. In September 1991, a women’s strike movement of Pridnestrovie was born on Station Square, as evidenced by a memorial plaque on the station building: Pridnestrovian women blocked the movement of trains through Tiraspol for a month in protest against the arrest by the Moldovan authorities of the then President of Pridnestrovie I.N. Smirnov.

Tiraspol is the first of the cities in the region, which was connected by rail with Odessa and its port. In 1867, a railway was built from the Razdelnaya station to Tiraspol and traffic was opened. In 1873, traffic on the Tiraspol-Chisinau line was opened. The railway expanded the city’s connection with various parts of the country.