Metro Candelaria is a station on the Mexico City Metro. It is located in the Venustiano Carranza borough to the east of downtown Mexico City. It lies along Lines 1 and 4. The station logo depicts a swimming duck. Its name and logo come from the surrounding neighbourhood of La Candelaria de los Patos (the Spanish word pato means "duck") where, only a few decades ago, lived many duck species that were bred and sold in a local market.

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  • Candelaria es una de las estaciones que forman parte del Metro de Ciudad de México, es la correspondencia de la Línea 1 y la Línea 4. Se ubica en el centro de la Ciudad de México en la delegación Venustiano Carranza. (es)
  • Metro Candelaria is a station on the Mexico City Metro. It is located in the Venustiano Carranza borough to the east of downtown Mexico City. It lies along Lines 1 and 4. The station logo depicts a swimming duck. Its name and logo come from the surrounding neighbourhood of La Candelaria de los Patos (the Spanish word pato means "duck") where, only a few decades ago, lived many duck species that were bred and sold in a local market. Metro Candelaria has a subsidiary name, Metro Palacio Legislativo ("Legislative Palace"), because of its proximity to the Palacio Legislativo de San Lázaro used by the Chamber of Deputies (Cámara de diputados), the lower house of the Mexican Congress. Candelaria is a transfer station, with Line 1 running underground and Line 4 on an elevated surface viaduct. The station also features an in-corridor cultural display. The Line 1 platform for the station was opened on 5 September 1969, and the Line 4 platform was opened on 29 August 1981. Service from Candeleria to Santa Anita started on 25 May 1982. For many years, this station has had the only "Lost and Found" office in the entire Metro system. It also displays the architecture of Félix Candela, who designed the Candelaria station and also designed many buildings in Mexico, such as the San Lázaro metro station and the famous Palacio de los Deportes which served as a venue during the 1968 Summer Olympics. (en)
  • Candelaria est une des stations du métro de Mexico sur les lignes 1 et 4. Il est situé dans le centre de Mexico, dans la délégation Venustiano Carranza. (fr)
  • A Estação Candelaria é uma das estações do Metrô da Cidade do México, situada na Cidade do México, entre a Estação San Lázaro, a Estação Merced, a Estação Morelos e a Estação Fray Servando. Faz parte da Linha 1 e da Linha 4. Foi inaugurada em 04 de setembro de 1969. Localiza-se no cruzamento da Avenida Congreso de la Unión com a Avenida Candelaria. Atende os bairros Candelaria de los Patos e El Parque, no distrito de Venustiano Carranza. (pt)
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  • Distinctive thin shell ceiling inside the entranceway of Candeleria by Félix Candela
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  • Candelaria es una de las estaciones que forman parte del Metro de Ciudad de México, es la correspondencia de la Línea 1 y la Línea 4. Se ubica en el centro de la Ciudad de México en la delegación Venustiano Carranza. (es)
  • Candelaria est une des stations du métro de Mexico sur les lignes 1 et 4. Il est situé dans le centre de Mexico, dans la délégation Venustiano Carranza. (fr)
  • A Estação Candelaria é uma das estações do Metrô da Cidade do México, situada na Cidade do México, entre a Estação San Lázaro, a Estação Merced, a Estação Morelos e a Estação Fray Servando. Faz parte da Linha 1 e da Linha 4. Foi inaugurada em 04 de setembro de 1969. Localiza-se no cruzamento da Avenida Congreso de la Unión com a Avenida Candelaria. Atende os bairros Candelaria de los Patos e El Parque, no distrito de Venustiano Carranza. (pt)
  • Metro Candelaria is a station on the Mexico City Metro. It is located in the Venustiano Carranza borough to the east of downtown Mexico City. It lies along Lines 1 and 4. The station logo depicts a swimming duck. Its name and logo come from the surrounding neighbourhood of La Candelaria de los Patos (the Spanish word pato means "duck") where, only a few decades ago, lived many duck species that were bred and sold in a local market. (en)
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  • Metro Candelaria (en)
  • Candelaria (estación de Metro de Ciudad de México) (es)
  • Candelaria (métro de Mexico) (fr)
  • Estação Candelaria (pt)
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