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San Giovanni

The San Giovanni Station plays a fundamental role in the construction of Line C, particularly because it is the first point of interchange with the existing Line A.

The design underwent some developments following the results of the archaeological surveys. The discovery of ancient structures to be preserved, down to a depth of approximately 18-20 metres below ground level, led the Special Superintendency for Archaeological Assets to prescribe the impossibility of making stabilisations of the soil from ground level, in favour of open-cut excavations by archaeological procedure in the backfill, down to a depth of about 19 metres. This ruled out mechanised excavation for building the line tunnels in the section between the San Giovanni station and the Amba Aradam–Ipponio station.

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Rome, Linea C
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