Medaglie d'Oro (Naples Metro)

Medaglie d'Oro is a station on line 1 of the Naples Metro. It was opened on 28 May 1993 as part of the inaugural section of Naples Metro, between Vanvitelli and Colli Aminei. The station is located between Vanvitelli and Montedonzelli.[1]

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Medaglie d'Oro
Naples Metro station
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Operated byANM
Line(s)Line 1
History
Opened28 May 1993
Line 1
Frullone
Chiaiano
Piscinola
Colli Aminei
Policlinico
Miano
Rione Alto
Regina Margherita
Montedonzelli
Secondigliano
Medaglie d'Oro
Di Vittorio
Quattro Giornate
Capodichino Aeroporto Airport interchange
Funicular
Vanvitelli
Poggioreale
Salvator Rosa
Tribunale
Materdei
Centro Direzionale
Museo
Garibaldi
Dante
Duomo
Toledo
Università
Municipio

Built between 1980s and 1990s on a project by Michele Capobianco and Daniele Zagaria, the station serves the area of Piazza Medaglie d'Oro.[2] The station, present in the Arenella district, is the one at the lowest altitude of the four present in the district, as well as the closest to the border with the Vomero district.

The station has six exits (originally there were seven, then the one placed in the central flowerbed was buried in the 2010s) located in the square above, plus five lifts (from NA 010 to NA 014) for the handicapped. Inside the station, the platforms are served by two platforms.

ServicesEdit

The station has:

  •   Automatic ticket office

InterchangesEdit

  •   Bus stop

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Schwandl, Robert. "Napoli". urbanrail.
  2. ^ "Architettura dal 1945 ad oggi a Napoli e provincia". db.ermes-multimedia.it. Retrieved 2021-01-20.

Coordinates: 40°51′02″N 14°13′51″E / 40.85056°N 14.23083°E / 40.85056; 14.23083