|Location|| Titan Park |
Sector 3, Bucharest
|Platforms||1 island platform|
|Structure type||deep single-vault|
|Opened||28 December 1981|
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The station is an open-vault metro station, the largest without any support pillars on the network. To facilitate construction, impressive efforts had to be done: the soil was frozen for 90 days, and the technology used to make it was also one of the few technologies imported from other countries to construct the metro.
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