Anagnina (Rome Metro)

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Logo Metropolitane Italia.svg
Anagnina-Metropolitana di Roma.jpg
Coordinates 41°50′34″N 12°35′10″E / 41.84278°N 12.58611°E / 41.84278; 12.58611Coordinates: 41°50′34″N 12°35′10″E / 41.84278°N 12.58611°E / 41.84278; 12.58611
Owned by Rome Metro
Tracks two tracks in a single tunnel
Structure type Underground
Parking 2000 places
Preceding station   Rome Metro   Following station
toward Battistini
Line A Terminus

Anagnina is the south-eastern terminus of Line A of the Rome Metro. It is located at the junction of the Via Tuscolana and the Via Anagnina, close to the depot of Osteria del Curato. The station is at 53 meters above sea level.[1]

The station hall contains mosaics, among others by Luigi Veronesi, Gottfried Honneger and Mikhail Koulakov. The mosaics are said be a success in that they brighten up otherwise sombre spaces.[2]

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  1. ^ "ATAC S.p.A. - Azienda per la mobilità". 
  2. ^ "(untitled)". Wanted In Europe. Archived from the original on August 26, 2011. 

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