Nicolae Grigorescu metro station
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|Location||Titan Square (ex-Sălăjan),
Sector 3, Bucharest
|Platforms||2 - One island, one side platform|
|Opened||November 1981 (Nicolae Grigorescu 1) , November 2008 (Nicolae Grigorescu 2)|
Nicolae Grigorescu is a metro station in Bucharest. It is named after the Romanian painter Nicolae Grigorescu, and shares this name with the nearby boulevard, Bd. Nicolae Grigorescu. Before 1990, it was known as Leontin Sălăjan, after a Communist Army General.
An extension to Line M1/M3 connects Nicolae Grigorescu to Anghel Saligny. The extension has been open since 20 November 2008.
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