Giulio Agricola (Rome Metro)

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Giulio Agricola
Metro A - Giulio Agricola.jpg
Location Via Tuscolana, Rome
Coordinates 41°51′24″N 12°33′45″E / 41.85667°N 12.56250°E / 41.85667; 12.56250Coordinates: 41°51′24″N 12°33′45″E / 41.85667°N 12.56250°E / 41.85667; 12.56250
Owned by ATAC
Structure type Underground
Preceding station   Rome Metro   Following station
toward Battistini
Line A
toward Anagnina

Giulio Agricola is an underground station on Line A of the Rome Metro. It is located on via Tuscolana, on the junction with via Giulio Agricola, a street named after Roman general Gnaeus Julius Agricola, in an area of Rome whose roads bear names of Roman commanders and consuls.

The station is the setting for the short film Ultimo Metro with Debora Calì.[citation needed]

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