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San Nicolás (Monterrey Metro)

San Nicolás
Station statistics
Address San Nicolás de los Garza
Nuevo León, Mexico
Coordinates

25°45′09″N 100°17′53″W / 25.75250°N 100.29806°W / 25.75250; -100.29806Coordinates: 25°45′09″N 100°17′53″W / 25.75250°N 100.29806°W / 25.75250; -100.29806

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Opened October 1, 2008[1]
Operator STC Metrorrey
Services
Preceding station   Monterrey Metro   Following station
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The San Nicolás Station (Spanish: Estación San Nicolás) is a metro station along Line 2 of the Monterrey Metro. Located near the IMSS Zone Hospital No. 6,[2] the station was opened on October 1, 2008.[1] It is an elevated station built into the median of Mexican Federal Highway 85 where it intersects Benito Juárez Avenue. The station's original name was to be Juárez, but was changed to San Nicolás because of its location in the center of the city of San Nicolás de los Garza. The logo for the station depicts the church of the namesake Iglesia San Nicolás Tolentino.

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