Trône/Troon metro station
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Trône/Troon metro station in 2015
The Trône/Troon metro station is an Brussels metro station on the southern segment of line 2. It opened as a premetro on 20 December 1970 under the name of Luxembourg. The station became a heavy metro on 2 October 1988 and its name changed to its name to reflect the neighboring Place du Trône/Troonplein. The station is located under the small ring in the municipality of the City of Brussels and is near the Royal Palace of Brussels.
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