|Location||Av. Almirante Reis, Lisbon|
|Owned by||Government-owned corporation|
|Operated by||Metropolitano de Lisboa, EPE|
|Line(s)||Green Line Red Line|
|Platforms||4 side platforms|
|Architect||Green Line: Dinis Gomes |
Red Line: Manuel Taínha
|Opened||Green Line: June 18, 1972 |
Red Line: May 19, 1998
This section of the Green Line opened in June 1972 together with Arroios, Areeiro, Roma and Alvalade stations. The original architectural design of the station was by Dinis Gomes with installation art by the plastic artist Maria Keil. Full refurbishment of the station was completed in March 1998, which involved extending the piers of the existing station for the construction of the Red Line. The architect for this project was Manuel Tainha and the artist was Luís Noronha da Costa.
The Red Line station opened in May 1998 in conjunction with Olaias, Bela Vista, Chelas and Oriente stations, with a view to extending the network to the area of Expo '98. The architectural design for this is also by Manuel Tainha and the art work by plastic artists Costa Pinheiro and Juhana Blomstedt, and sculptor Alberto Carneiro.
Fire and a large explosion on the morning of October 19, 1997, during the refurbishment of the station, killed two workers.
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