Stuyvenbergh metro station
Stuyvenbergh metro station is located under the intersection of Avenue Houba De Strooper, Emile Bockstael and De Smet De Naeyerlaan, in the northwest of the City of Brussels. The underground station is named after the Castle of Stuyvenberg, located east of the station in the park of Laeken. Stuyvenbergh Brussels Metro station, opened on 5 July 1985, is on line 6.
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