🇬🇧 The station is 25 metres below ground and was opened on 15 August 1994 as a one-station extension from Bagarmossen, making it the hundredth station in the Stockholm metro. Artist Richard Nonas placed 17 bench-like seats along the platform at Skarpnäck. The station’s red rock and tile floors were inspired by the red brick buildings of its namesake neighborhood in southern Stockholm.
🇷🇴 Stația se află la 25 de metri sub pământ și a fost deschisă la 15 august 1994 ca o extindere cu o stație de la Bagarmossen, ceea ce o face a suta stație în metroul Stockholm. Artistul Richard Nonas a plasat 17 scaune asemănătoare cu bancul de-a lungul platformei de la Skarpnäck. Pardoselile roșii și gresie ale stației au fost inspirate de clădirile din cărămidă roșie din cartierul său de nume din sudul Stockholm.
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