Guramishvili (Tbilisi Metro)

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Guramishvili
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Tbilisi Metro Station
Station statistics
Coordinates 41°46′30″N 44°47′42″E / 41.775009°N 44.79511°E / 41.775009; 44.79511Coordinates: 41°46′30″N 44°47′42″E / 41.775009°N 44.79511°E / 41.775009; 44.79511
Line(s) 1 white, red rounded rectangle.svg Akhmeteli–Varketili Line
Structure type Underground
Platforms Island platform
Tracks 2
Other information
Opened November 16, 1985
Owned by Tbilisi Metro
Services
Preceding station   Tbilisi Metro   Following station
Akhmeteli-Varketili Line
toward Varketili
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Akhmeteli–Varketili Line
Akhmetelis Teatri
Sarajishvili
Guramishvili
Ghrmaghele
Didube
Gotsiridze
Nadzaladevi
Sadguris Moedani I
Marjanishvili
Rustaveli
Tavisuplebis Moedani
Avlabari
Samasi Aragveli
Isani
Samgori
Varketili

The Guramishvili (Georgian: გურამიშვილი) is a station on the Akhmeteli-Varketili Line of the Tbilisi Metro. It opened on November 16, 1985.

The station was originally called TEMKA (Georgian: თემქა (თბილისის ელმავალმშენებელი ქარხანა)), an abbreviation for the Tbilisi Electric Locomotive Plant. In 1992 it was renamed after the 18th-century poet Davit Guramishvili.

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