Vittorio Emanuele (Rome Metro)

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Vittorio Emanuele
Coordinates 41°53′40″N 12°30′15″E / 41.89444°N 12.50417°E / 41.89444; 12.50417Coordinates: 41°53′40″N 12°30′15″E / 41.89444°N 12.50417°E / 41.89444; 12.50417
Owned by Atac di Roma
Tracks 2
Structure type Underground
Opened 1980
Preceding station   Rome Metro   Following station
toward Battistini
Line A
toward Anagnina

Vittorio Emanuele is a station on Linea A of the Rome Metro. The station was inaugurated in 1980 and is sited underground, beneath Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, which gives it its name, in the Esquilino rione.

The atrium of the station houses several mosaics from the Artemetro Roma Prize. The mosaics on display are by Nicola Carrino and Giulia Napoleone.

On 17 October 2006 there was a train crash in this station, killing one and injuring over 200 people.

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