|Location||Nørrebrogade 253, Copenhagen|
|Opened||15 May 1930|
|Rebuilt||3 April 1934 (S-train)|
Nørrebro station is an interchange station between the S-train Ring Line and the Copenhagen Metro City Circle Line in the Outer Nørrebro district of Copenhagen, Denmark. It is situated at the junction of Nørrebrogade, Frederikssundsvej and Bordre Fasanvej. The Finctionalist station building from 1940 was listed on the Danish registry of protected buildings and places in 1992.
The first station at the site was opened on 1 July 1886. The current station opened on 15 May 1930. The metro station was opened on 29 September 2019 together with 16 other stations on the line.
The Functionalist station building from 1940 was designed by Knud Tanggaard Seest. The building was listed on the Danish registry of protected buildings and places in 1992.
|Preceding station||S-train||Following station|
toward Ny Ellebjerg
|Preceding station||Copenhagen Metro||Following station|
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