Tirso de Molina (Madrid Metro)

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Tirso de Molina
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Madrid Metro station
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General information
Location Centro, Madrid
Spain
Coordinates 40°24′44″N3°42′17″W / 40.4123454°N 3.70466°W / 40.4123454; -3.70466
Owned by CRTM
Operated by CRTM
Tracks145
Construction
AccessibleNo
Other information
Fare zoneA
History
Opened26 December 1921;101 years ago (1921-12-26)
Services
Preceding station Madrid Metro Following station
Sol Line 1 Antón Martín
towards Valdecarros
Location
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Tirso de Molina
Location within Madrid

Tirso de Molina [ˈtiɾso ðe moˈlina] is a station on Line 1 of the Madrid Metro, located in Zone A. [1] It has been open to the public since 26 December 1921. [2] It is named in honour of the playwright, poet and monk Tirso de Molina (1583–1648). [3]

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References

  1. "Línea 1". Metro de Madrid. Retrieved 21 March 2020.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  2. Moya, Aurora (15 September 2010). Metro de Madrid, 1919–2009. Noventa años de historia. Madrid, Spain. pp. 470–471. ISBN   978-84-613-6154-0.{{cite book}}: CS1 maint: location missing publisher (link)
  3. "Do you know the artists with underground stations named after them?". Metro de Madrid. September 6, 2019.