|Owned by||ZTM Warszawa|
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
|Opened||25 October 2008|
Metro Wawrzyszew, located at the corner of Kasprowicza and Lindego Street, became the 20th working station on Line M1 of the Warsaw Metro when it opened on 25 October 2008 as part of the extension from Słodowiec to Młociny.. It was designed by Polish architect Andrzej M. Chołdzyński.
Line M1 is the first line of the Warsaw Metro. It is 23.1 km long, has 21 stations and runs from the Kabaty estate in the Ursynów district to the Młociny district in Bielany.
The Warsaw Metro is a rapid transit system serving the city of Warsaw, the capital of Poland. It currently consists of two lines, the north–south Line M1 that links central Warsaw with its densely populated northern and southern districts, and the initial segment of the east-west Line M2 that opened on March 8, 2015. The second line (M2) is yet to be completed and a third line (M3) is planned.
Metro Słodowiec is the 18th working station on Line M1 of the Warsaw Metro. It was opened on 23 April 2008 as the northern terminus of the extension from Marymont. On 25 October 2008, the line was extended further north to Młociny.
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