Metro de Medellín - Estación San Antonio
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Metro de Medellín - Estación San Antonio

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El Metro es el Sistema de Transporte Masivo de Gran Capacidad que atraviesa el Área Metropolitana de Medellín de sur a norte, de norte a noreste, del centro de la ciudad hacia el oeste, y de oeste a noroeste. Como una de las primeras experiencias de transporte masivo moderno en Colombia, el Metro de Medellín corresponde a los planes urbanísticos más elaborados del departamento de Antioquia.

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Text by Steve Smith.

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