Lepanto (Rome Metro)
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Lepanto is an underground station on Line A of the Rome Metro. The station was inaugurated in 1980, and is at the junction of Viale Giulio Cesare with Via Lepanto and Via Marcantonio Colonna, in Prati.
The offices of the Civil Court of Rome are in Via Lepanto.
This station has:
- Rione Prati
- Piazza Cavour
- Piazza Cola di Rienzo
- Piazza dei Quiriti
- Teatro Adriano
- Palazzo di Giustizia
- quartiere Della Vittoria
The station is said to be for Vatican City on system maps - however Ottaviano, the next station, is closer.
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