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...
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Piața Sudului metro station
Piaţa Sudului (Southern Square) is a metro station in located in Berceni, Bucharest. Located near the station, above ground is the 'Big Berceni' market, highway to Oltenița (Şoseaua Olteniţei) and man...
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1 Decembrie 1918 metro station
1 Decembrie 1918 is a metro station in southeastern Bucharest on Line M3. It is on the Linia de Centură branch and was opened on November 20, 2008. It serves the neighbourhoods of southern Titan, 1 De...
1 Mai metro station
1 Mai is a metro station in northern Bucharest, serving line M4. It is situated in Chibrit or Clăbucet Square, at the intersection of Griviţa Way, Ion Mihalache Avenue and Bucureştii Noi Road. The sta...
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Anghel Saligny metro station
Anghel Saligny, known for a short time as Linia de Centură ("border line"), is a metro station in southeastern Bucharest on Line M3. It is the final stop of the Preciziei - Anghel Saligny M3 extension...
Apărătorii Patriei metro station
Apărătorii Patriei (Defenders of the Fatherland in English) is a metro station in Bucharest. 26°08′08″E / 44.37931°N 26.13566°E / 44.37931; 26.13566
Aurel Vlaicu metro station
Aurel Vlaicu is a metro station in the north of Bucharest, named after the Romanian aeroplane constructor and pioneer aviator, Aurel Vlaicu. It lies on the western end of the Pipera industrial platfor...
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Aviatorilor metro station
Aviatorilor (Aviators in English) is a metro station in Bucharest. It is located at the end of Aviatorilor Boulevard, under Charles de Gaulle Square. It provides easy access to Herăstrău Park and the ...
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Lujerului metro station
Lujerului metro station, previously known as Armata Poporului is a metro station in the Militari neighborhood of Bucharest. It is located at the intersection of Lujerului and Iuliu Maniu Avenues, clos...
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Timpuri Noi metro station
Timpuri Noi (New Times in English) is a subway station in Bucharest. The name was taken from the nearby mechanical factory. The factory has since been demolished, making way for a planned IKEA shop. T...
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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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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Berceni metro station
Berceni, formerly known as Depou IMGB (IMGB Depot,in English) is a metro station in Bucharest, Romania. It is the southern terminal station of Bucharest Metro Line M2 and it is the only aboveground me...
Carrefour Militari metro station
Carrefour Militari will be a metro station on M3 line in Bucharest. The station will open in 2014. Representatives of Metrorex stated during a press conference in 2005 that this station will be one of...
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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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Constantin Brâncoveanu metro station
Constantin Brâncoveanu is a metro station in Bucharest. It is named after Constantin Brâncoveanu, a Wallachian prince (1654–1714).It is located at the junction of the Olteniței road (Șoseaua Olteniței...
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Costin Georgian metro station
Costin Georgian is a metro station in Bucharest named after an engineer who died while the metro was being constructed. It was formerly named Muncii (named after the boulevard which run just north of ...
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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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Depoul Militari metro station
Depoul Militari is a provisional metro station on M3 line in Bucharest.The station will open in 2014 and it will be located at Depoul Militari area near the Petru Poni high school.
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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...
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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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Dimitrie Leonida metro station
Dimitrie Leonida, formerly known as IMGB is a metro station in southern Bucharest, on Line 2. The station was originally built in order to transport workers to the Kvaerner IMGB (literally: Heavy Mach...
Dristor metro station
Dristor is a major metro station in Bucharest. It is located on the Bd. Camil Ressu - Șoseaua Mihai Bravu - Calea Dudești junction. The part of the station at the end of metro line 1 is called Dristor...
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Parc Bazilescu metro station
Parc Bazilescu is a metro station in northern Bucharest, serving Bucharest Metro Line M4. It was opened on July 1, 2011, as part of Stage II of M4 line. Currently it is the northern terminus of t...
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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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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