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U7

The U7 is a U-Bahn (subway) line in Berlin, Germany.  The line has 24 stations and covers nearly 32 km. The U7 line opened in 1924 and passes through 12 of Berlin’s districts.  This line is Berlin’s longest underground line and one of the longest subterranean lines in Europe.  The U7 is an interesting line because most stations are designed radically different than the previous one.  The Western section stations from Möckernbrücke to Rathaus Spandau were designed between 1960 and 1984, resulting in many of them being very colorful and unique.

Rathaus Spandau
Altstadt Spandau
Zitadelle
Haselhorst
Paulsternstraße
Rohrdamm
Siemensdamm
Halemweg
Jakob-Kaiser-Platz
Jungfernheide
Mierendorffplatz
Richard-Wagner-Platz
Bismarckstraße
Wilmersdorfer Straße
Adenauerplatz
Konstanzer Straße
Fehrbelliner Platz
Blissestraße
Berliner Straße
Bayerischer Platz
Eisenacher Straße
Kleistpark
Yorckstraße
Möckernbrücke
Mehringdamm
Gneisenaustraße
Südstern
Hermannplatz
Rathaus Neukölln
Karl-Marx-Straße
Neukölln
Grenzallee
Blaschkoallee
Parchimer Allee
Britz-Süd
Johannisthaler Chaussee
Lipschitzallee
Wutzkyallee
Zwickauer Damm
Rudow