Green Line

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Green Line may refer to:

Geography[edit]

Military and political[edit]

  • Green Line (France), name of the German occupation line in France during World War II
  • Green Line (Israel), the 1949 armistice line established between Israel and its neighbours
    • City Line (Jerusalem), part of the Green Line between Israel and Jordan which divided Jerusalem from 1948 and 1967
  • Green Line (Lebanon), demarcation line between Christian and Muslim militias in Beirut during the Lebanese Civil War
  • Green Line, that part of the United Nations Buffer Zone in Cyprus that runs through Nicosia and a colloquial name for the buffer zone as a whole.
  • Green Line, part of the GHQ Line defence works built in the United Kingdom during World War II
  • Gothic Line, a German defensive line in Italy built during World War II, renamed the "Green Line" in June 1944

Other[edit]

Companies and brands[edit]

Transit lines[edit]

Many bus, rail, subway, and tram lines around the world are either officially or colloquially named the "Green Line". These include:

Africa[edit]

Asia[edit]

Australia[edit]

Europe[edit]

North America[edit]

Canada[edit]

United States[edit]

South America[edit]

Other uses[edit]