09. Antwerp Central Station, Belgium
This stunning railway station was constructed at the turn of 20th century and is still the darling of natives. It is lavishly adorned with more than 20 types of marbles and stones. The railway station was built by King Leopold II and it was opened for public in 1905. The station has an antique clock that marks the tome of passengers traveling through it. The station has been designed magnificently. It has 8 small towers and a huge dome. It is also known as “The Railway Cathedral” because of its design. The railway station commutes all the trains from inter-city to commuter ones. The railway station has been renovated again in 2009 and it has returned its glory.