Larrazábal (Buenos Aires Premetro)

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Larrazábal
Línea P (SBASE) bullet.svg
LocationLarrazábal and Ana Díaz
Coordinates34°40′50″S 58°27′55″W / 34.68056°S 58.46528°W / -34.68056; -58.46528Coordinates: 34°40′50″S 58°27′55″W / 34.68056°S 58.46528°W / -34.68056; -58.46528
PlatformsSide platforms
History
Opened1987
Services
Preceding station   Subte gcba logo.png Subte   Following station
Línea P (SBASE) bullet.svg Premetro

Larrazábal is a station on the Buenos Aires Premetro. The station is on the branch that terminates at General Savio station. It was opened on 29 April 1987 together with the other Premetro stations.[1] The station is located in the Barrio of Villa Lugano, near a large social housing complex.

The station was formerly called Armada Argentina, but was renamed in 2003 along with several other stations.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "La extensión del Premetro a Lomas de Zamora". EnElSubte (in Spanish). 20 October 2014.
  2. ^ "LEY N° 1.138". CEDOM (in Spanish). 17 November 2003. Archived from the original on 6 October 2015.