Gentile Polo Art Gallery

Bacchus and grapes (watercolor)
Goats at Latfons (watercolor)
Sowing (ink)
The bathers (watercolor)
We live of nothing (watercolor)
Thinking on the beach (watercolor)

European Railways

The trip has always been one of the tools of knowledge that has fascinated generations of young people, intellectuals and writers. Reports of travel (think to Milione Marco Polo) are important witnesses, although subjective, which open to the world an insight into past and present.

The train is, by his invention, a means of transport more convenient, environmentally friendly and affordable for all to explore European regions and / or countries. For this reason, in this section we propose links to the main railway lines in Europe. For each line is almost always available the form to search the timetable shown on the site, so you can plan your trip on the route of competence. If you find errors, changes or if you want to notify other resources not present here, send us a notification This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

  • BDZ: Official website of Bulgarian Railways
  • BritRail: Official website of the Railways of Great Britain
  • CD: Official website of Railways in the Czech Republic
  • CFL: Official website of Railway Luxemburg
  • CFR: Official website of Romanian Railways
  • CP: Official website of Portuguese Railways
  • DB: Official website of German Railways
  • DB Italia: Official website of German Railways in Italy
  • DSB: Official website of Danish Railways
  • Ferrovie Israeliane: Israel Railways website
  • Ferrovie Scozzesi: Official website of Scottisch Railways
  • FS - Trenitalia: Official website of Italian Railways
  • HZ: Official website of the Croatian Railways
  • IR: Official website of Irish Railways
  • LDZ: Official website of Latvian Railways
  • LG: Lithuanian Railways website
  • MAV: Official website of the Hungarian Railways
  • NS: Official website of the Dutch Railways
  • NSB: Official website of the Norwegian Railways
  • OBB: Official website of the Austrian Railways
  • OSE: Official website of the Greek Railways
  • PKP: Official website of Polish Railways
  • RENFE: Official website of Spanish Railways
  • RZD: Official website of Russian Railways
  • SBB: Official website of Swiss Railways
  • SJ: Official website of Swedish Railways
  • SNCB: Official website of Railways in Belgium
  • SNCF: Official website of French Railways
  • SZ: Official website of Slovenian Railways
  • Translink: Website of integrated transport system in Northern Ireland
  • UZ: Official website of Ukrainian Railways
  • VR: Official website of Finnish Railways
  • ZCG: Official website of Railways of the Republic of Montenegro
  • ZS: Official website of Serbian Railways
  • ZSR: Official website of Railway in Slovakia

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