Nollendorfplatz (Berlin U-Bahn)

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Cross-platform interchange
U-Bahn Berlin Nollendorfplatz2.JPG
U-Bahn station Nollendorfplatz
Coordinates 52°29′57″N 13°21′14″E / 52.49917°N 13.35389°E / 52.49917; 13.35389
Owned by Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe
Operated by Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe
Line(s) Berlin U1.svg Berlin U2.svg Berlin U3.svg Berlin U4.svg
Platforms 6 (2 elevated, 4 underground)
Tracks 6 (2 elevated, 4 underground)
Train operators Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe
Connections BUS-Logo-BVG.svg
Structure type Elevated (U2), Underground (U1, U3, U4)
Platform levels 2
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Station code Nm (eastbound), No (elevated), Nu (westbound)
Fare zone Berlin A
Opened 11 March 1902 (elevated), 26 October 1926 (underground)
Preceding station   Berlin U-Bahn   Following station
towards Uhlandstraße
U 1
towards Ruhleben
U 2
towards Pankow
towards Krumme Lanke
U 3
U 4Terminus
Nollendorfplatz is located in Berlin
Location within Berlin
Station Nollendorfplatz c. 1903

Nollendorfplatz is a Berlin U-Bahn station located on the U 1, the U 2, the U 3, and the U 4. It opened in 1902 and today is the only station in Berlin that is served by four metro lines (also the only one where all Kleinprofil (small profile) lines stop).


The station and the eponymous square named after Nakléřov in the Czech Republic lie in the north of Schöneberg at the junction of Motzstraße, Kleiststraße and Bülowstraße. The area is an important centre of gay culture and the nearby Winterfeldtplatz is home to a widely known market. The quarter, which used to be a fairly unstable center of heroin addicts, punks, and squatters twenty years ago has seen a remarkable comeback into the (somewhat intellectual) mainstream culture with high rents and upscale restaurants and bookshops. In this it resembles (and indeed was a role model) for the western part of Kreuzberg. The subway station itself recently received an art nouveau glass dome which resembles the one it had before the war, designed by Cremer & Wolffenstein.[1]



  1. ^ J. Meyer-Kronthaler. Berlins U-Bahnhöfe. be.bra Verlag (1996)

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Coordinates: 52°29′57″N 13°21′14″E / 52.49917°N 13.35389°E / 52.49917; 13.35389