Berlin Heidelberger Platz station
|Berlin Heidelberger Platz|
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The station on the Berlin Ringbahn was opened with the name "Schmargendorf" on December 15, 1883. In 1980 the S-Bahn service was discontinued and the former entrance hall eventually became a nightclub. On December 17, 1993 the S-Bahn station was reopened, now directly connected to the adjacent U-Bahn station and therefore renamed Heidelberger Platz.
The U-Bahn station opened on October 12, 1913 (arch.W.Leitgebel). With its high groin vault it is one of the most brightly decorated of the Berlin network. The eponymous square was named after the city of Heidelberg.
- J. Meyer-Kronthaler, Berlins U-Bahnhöfe, Berlin: be.bra, 1996
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toward Ringbahn (clockwise)
toward Ringbahn (counter-clockwise)
toward Königs Wusterhausen
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towards Krumme Lanke
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