Cardeal Arcoverde Station

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Cardeal Arcoverde
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Cardeal Arcoverde station
LocationRua Tonelero
Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro
Brazil
Coordinates 22°57′53″S43°10′50″W / 22.964636°S 43.180664°W / -22.964636; -43.180664
Operated by Metrô Rio
Line(s) Line 1
Other information
Station codeCAV
History
Opened1998
Services
Preceding station  Metrô Rio  Following station
toward  Uruguai
Line 1
toward  General Osório
Location
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Cardeal Arcoverde
Location within Rio de Janeiro

Cardeal Arcoverde Station (Portuguese : Estação Cardeal Arcoverde) is a subway station on the Rio de Janeiro Metro servicing the Copacabana area. [1] It opened in July 1998. [1]

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References

  1. 1 2 "Cardeal Arcoverde - Sobre a Estação". MetrôRio. Retrieved 15 September 2014.