Pétillon metro station

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Station de métro Pétillon, 2008.jpg
Coordinates 50°49′37″N 4°24′15″E / 50.82694°N 4.40417°E / 50.82694; 4.40417Coordinates: 50°49′37″N 4°24′15″E / 50.82694°N 4.40417°E / 50.82694; 4.40417
Owned by STIB/MIVB
Opened 1976
Preceding station   Brussels Metro   Following station
Line 5

Pétillon is one of the Brussels Metro stations on the eastern branch of line 5. The metro station is located in the municipality of Etterbeek. The station was opened in 1976 and is named after Major Pétillon, a Belgian colonial pioneer who died in Etterbeek in 1909.[1] The station underwent an 18-month, 6.3 million euro renovation ending in April 2008.

The station is also visited by tram lines 7 and 25.


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