Juan Manuel de Rosas (Buenos Aires Underground)

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Juan Manuel de Rosas
Línea B (SBASE) bullet.svg
Estación Rosas subte B.jpg
Location Triunvirato and Monroe
Coordinates 34°34′26″S 58°29′12″W / 34.57389°S 58.48667°W / -34.57389; -58.48667Coordinates: 34°34′26″S 58°29′12″W / 34.57389°S 58.48667°W / -34.57389; -58.48667
Platforms Island platforms
Connections Mitre Line
History
Opened 2013
Services
Preceding station   Subte gcba logo.png Subte   Following station
TerminusLínea B (SBASE) bullet.svg Line B

Juan Manuel de Rosas - Villa Urquiza is a terminus station on Line B of the Buenos Aires Underground. It is placed beneath Avenida Triunvirato, between Avenida Monroe and Avenida Franklin D. Roosevelt, in the Villa Urquiza barrio, and is an important transfer center with General Urquiza station in the Ferrocarril General Bartolomé Mitre. It is named after Juan Manuel de Rosas, a politician, army officer and caudillo who ruled the Argentine Confederation almost uninterruptedly from 1829 until 1852.

The station opened for use on July 26, 2013. It had previously been planned to open in 2011.[1][2][3] It also connects with General Urquiza station on the Mitre Line commuter rail service.

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