Piața Victoriei metro station

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Piaţa Victoriei
Trains at Piata Victoriei.jpg
Location Victory Square,
Sector 1, Bucharest
Romania
Platforms 4 - Side for the M2 line
Island for the M1 line
Construction
Structure type Underground
History
Opened December 1989[1]
Services
Preceding station   Bucharest Metro   Following station
toward Dristor
Line M1
toward Republica
toward Berceni
Line M2
toward Pipera

Piaţa Victoriei is a metro station in Piaţa Victoriei (Victory Square), central Bucharest. It is near the Victoria Palace, the headquarters of the Romanian government. This station consists of two stations (Piaţa Victoriei 1 - line 2 -, above, and Piaţa Victoriei 2 - line 1 -, below) and, along with Piaţa Unirii is one of the busiest metro stations in Bucharest. It was the setting for many parts of the documentary Children Underground.

Coordinates: 44°27′06″N 26°05′14″E / 44.45157°N 26.08713°E / 44.45157; 26.08713

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