Malabia - Osvaldo Pugliese (Buenos Aires Underground)

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Malabia - Osvaldo Pugliese
Línea B (SBASE) bullet.svg
Estacion malabia.jpg
Location Corrientes and Malabia
Coordinates 34°35′58.9″S 58°26′20.3″W / 34.599694°S 58.438972°W / -34.599694; -58.438972Coordinates: 34°35′58.9″S 58°26′20.3″W / 34.599694°S 58.438972°W / -34.599694; -58.438972
Platforms Side platforms
History
Opened 1930
Services
Preceding station   Subte gcba logo.png Subte   Following station
Línea B (SBASE) bullet.svg Line B

Malabia - Osvaldo Pugliese is a station on Line B of the Buenos Aires Metro.[1]

Overview[edit]

Malabia Station is located in the Villa Crespo barrio, at the intersection of Avenida Corrientes and Calle Malabia, and named after the latter. The Osvaldo Pugliese part of the name was added in 2010 to commemorate the Argentine tango musician Osvaldo Pugliese.[2]

Before being known as Malabia, the station was called Canning, but when Canning Avenue was renamed Salabrini Ortiz in honour of the poet and journalist Raúl Scalabrini Ortiz, the name Malabia was adopted to avoid confusion with Scalabrini Ortiz station on Line D.

From this station, passengers will be able to transfer to the Corrientes Station on Line I once Line I is built.

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