Portbou Station

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Portbou international train station is the last one of Spain before coming to France along the Costa Brava. It was opened in 1929, replacing an existing one from 1878, by architect Torras under the influence of Gustave Eiffel French designer, which is evident in forged and glass roof, built with 14 arches.

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Portbou train station, Costa Brava, Spain

Gare de Portbou, Costa Brava, Espagne

Estación de Portbou, junto a la frontera de Francia

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