Bucharest Metro
The Bucharest Metro (Romanian: Metroul București) is a rapid transit system that serves the capital of Romania, Bucharest. It first opened for service on 16 November 1979. The network is run by Me...
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Bucharest Metro
The Bucharest Metro (Romanian: Metroul București) is a rapid transit system that serves the capital of Romania, Bucharest. It first opened for service on 16 November 1979. The network is run by Me...
Bucharest Metro - Wikipedia
Preciziei metro station
Preciziei (eng. [of the] precision), formerly known as Industriilor is a terminus metro station in Bucharest. It is situated in the industrial park in the west of the city. Industrial facalities direc...
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Universitate metro station
Universitate (University) is a metro station located in University Square, Bucharest, near the University of Bucharest, the University of Architecture, the National Theatre Bucharest and the InterCont...
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Piața Unirii metro station
Piața Unirii (Union Square) is a major metro station in Bucharest. It is located in the southern part of the city centre, in Unirii Square (Piața Unirii in Romanian) and it is one of the busiest stati...
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Basarab metro station
Basarab is a metro station in Bucharest. Despite its name, it is not located near the Basarab railway station (Gara Basarab), but rather to the north-eastern end of Gara de Nord, Bucharest's main rail...
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Tineretului metro station
Tineretului (Youth's station in English) is a metro station in Bucharest, Romania. It was opened in 1986. The station is named for the Children's park nearby. 26°06′17″E / 44.41477°N 2...
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Bucharest Metro Line M6
M6 is a planned metro line of the Bucharest Metro. The M6 Line will connect Bucharest North railway station (Gara de Nord) to Henri Coandă International Airport (Aeroport Otopeni). The tendering proce...
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Eroilor metro station
Eroilor is a metro station in Bucharest. It is located near the Cotroceni neighbourhood, servicing the Bucharest Metro lines M1 and M3. Notable buildings in its vicinity are the Bucharest Opera house,...
Gara de Nord metro station
Gara de Nord is the name of two separate metro stations, situated near Gara de Nord train station in Bucharest and serving lines M1 and M4. Neither of the metro stations nor the railway station are in...
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Eroii Revoluției metro station
Eroii Revoluţiei (English: Heroes of the Revolution) is a metro station in Bucharest, on Bucharest Metro Line M2. It was initially named Pieptanari, but the name was changed to commemorate those peopl...
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Republica metro station
Republica is a metro station in Bucharest, servicing the heavy machinery plant with the same name and the Cora hypermarket located in the vicinity. Also, the Titan Sud train station is located in the ...
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Petrache Poenaru metro station
Petrache Poenaru, formerly known as Semănătoarea is a metro station in Bucharest. It was named after Semănătoarea, an agricultural machinery factory located in the vicinity. It services both what is l...
Petrache Poenaru metro station - Wikipedia
Păcii metro station
Păcii (eng. [of the] peace) is a metro station in Bucharest. Part of the boulevard under which it resides used to bear the station's name. It is located on Iuliu Maniu Avenue at the intersection with ...
Păcii metro station - Wikipedia
Bucharest Metro Line M7
M7 is a planned metro line of the Bucharest Metro. The line will run from Rahova to Colentina.
Grozăvești metro station
Grozăveşti is a metro station in Bucharest. It is located on the banks of the Dâmboviţa river next to the Politehnica University of Bucharest (it is one of the three metro stations servicing the unive...
Grozăvești metro station - Wikipedia
Crângași metro station
Crângaşi is a metro station in the Crângași neighborhood, northwestern Bucharest.It was opened to the public in December 1984 as a terminus of the M1 line. The station is unusual in that it has three ...
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Piața Muncii metro station
Piaţa Muncii (Labour Square in English) is a metro station in Bucharest, Romania. The station is named after the old name of the square where it is located (the current name being Piața Hurmuzachi). T...
Ștefan cel Mare metro station
Ştefan cel Mare is a metro station in Bucharest. Located in west-central Bucharest, it is named after Ştefan cel Mare, a medieval Moldavian prince regarded as a hero in Romania for his long resistance...
Jiului metro station
Jiului is a metro station in the Pajura district of northern Bucharest, Romania, serving Bucharest Metro's M4 Line. It was opened on July 1, 2011, as part of Stage II of the M4 line.
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List of Bucharest metro stations
This is a list of the (current and planned) stations on the Bucharest Metro rapid transit system in Bucharest, Romania. As the network grows larger, more stations will be added to this article.Station...
List of Bucharest metro stations - Wikipedia
Pipera metro station
Pipera is a metro station in Bucharest, located in the Pipera district. Opened in October 1987, it is the northern terminus of Line M2. 26°06′59″E / 44.4806°N 26.1165°E / 44.4...
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Mihai Bravu metro station
Mihai Bravu is a metro station in Bucharest. It is named after the road underneath which is built. It serves the residential areas of Vitan, northern Tineretului and Bârzeşti. The station was opened a...
Mihai Bravu metro station - Wikipedia