Corvin–negyed (Budapest Metro)

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Corvin-negyed
Budapest Metro station
Corvin-negyed.jpg
Location Budapest
Hungary
Coordinates 47°29′08″N 19°04′11″E / 47.4856°N 19.0697°E / 47.4856; 19.0697Coordinates: 47°29′08″N 19°04′11″E / 47.4856°N 19.0697°E / 47.4856; 19.0697
Platforms 1 island platform
Construction
Structure type bored underground
Depth 26.97 m
History
Opened 31 December 1976[1]
Services
Preceding station   Budapest Metro   Following station
Line 3

Corvin-negyed is a station on the M3 (North-South) line of the Budapest Metro. There is an exchange opportunity there for the 4-6 tram line. It is named after the quarter Corvin-negyed, a new commercial and residential complex, named after Matthias Corvinus, King of Hungary. The station formerly known as Ferenc körút after the adjacent street, which is part of the Grand Boulevard.

Connections[edit]

  • Tram: 4, 6

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ágnes Medveczky Kovácsyné: 25 éves a budapesti metró ("Budapest Metro is 25 years old"), BKV, Budapest, 1995

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