Metro Tezozómoc

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Tezozomoc
STC rapid transit
Metro Tezozomoc.jpg
Location Mexico City
Mexico
Coordinates 19°29′42″N 99°11′47″W / 19.495116°N 99.196286°W / 19.495116; -99.196286Coordinates: 19°29′42″N 99°11′47″W / 19.495116°N 99.196286°W / 19.495116; -99.196286
Line(s)
Services
Preceding station   Mexico City Metro   Following station
Terminus
Línea 6

Metro Tezozómoc is a metro station on Mexico's Line 6. Its logo is a profile of King Tezozómoc, who ruled the Aztec for 80 years. The station can be accessed through Ahuehuetes and Avenida Sauces Colonia Pasteros, in the Azcapotzalco borough. It has no underground direct connections, which means that, in order to exchange platforms, one has to exit the station and cross the street, thus making it necessary to pay the fare again, or reach one of the two neighboring stations and change platforms there (without paying extra), a feature only shared with Metro Allende in Line 2.[1]

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  1. ^ Inauguraciones por orgen cronológico, longitudes de la línea, estaciones, correspondencias, estaciones elevadas, aéreas y subterráneas, afluencias, logotipos del Metro, icono ...

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