Rogier is a metro station in Brussels, located under the small ring of the Charles Rogier Square in Saint-Josse-ten-Noode. The station takes its name from the Charles Rogier Square, which was itself named after Charles Rogier, the 13th Prime Minister of Belgium. The metro station lies on the northern segment of lines 2 and 6. The stops following it are Yser/Ijzer and Botanique/Kruidtuin. It also serves tram lines 3 and 4 on the North–South Axis.
The metro station is located at the end of the famous Rue Neuve/Nieuwstraat (which means 'New Street'). This is a pedestrian street in the center of Brussels. It lies between the Place de la Monnaie/Muntplein in the south and the Charles Rogier Square in the north. The Rue Neuve and its close surroundings are the second most popular shopping area in Belgium, with many shops and malls such as City2 and Galeria Inno nearby. In the other direction, about 10 minutes walk, is the Brussels North Train Station.
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