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Senefelderplatz (Berlin U-Bahn)

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The station is situated under Senefelderplatz, named after the inventor of the printing technique of lithography, Alois Senefelder.

The station was opened in 1923 and designed by Grenander. The grey tiles on the walls are still not covered with advertisements.

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