Fittja metro station

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Fittja
Stockholm metro symbol.svg
Stockholm metro station
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Coordinates 59°14′51″N 17°51′39″E / 59.24750°N 17.86083°E / 59.24750; 17.86083Coordinates: 59°14′51″N 17°51′39″E / 59.24750°N 17.86083°E / 59.24750; 17.86083
Owned by Storstockholms Lokaltrafik
History
Opened 1972
Services
Preceding station   Stockholm metro   Following station
toward Norsborg
T13 line
toward Ropsten
Location
Fittja Tunnelbana.png

Fittja metro station is a station on the red line of the Stockholm metro, located in Fittja, Botkyrka Municipality, Sweden. The outdoor station was opened in 1972.

The station has a copy of the Carl Fredrik Reuterswärd bronze sculpture Non-Violence, the original of which was made in memory of John Lennon. Under the canopy roof of the entrance to Fittja center hangs two light sculptures of opal-colored plastic created by Eva Rosengren.[1]

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Media related to Fittja Metro station at Wikimedia Commons