Tianruncheng station

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Tianruncheng

天润城
Nanjing Metro logo.svg
Location Pukou District, Nanjing, Jiangsu
China
Coordinates 32°09′03″N118°44′03″E / 32.150854°N 118.734078°E / 32.150854; 118.734078 Coordinates: 32°09′03″N118°44′03″E / 32.150854°N 118.734078°E / 32.150854; 118.734078 )
Operated byNanjing Metro Co. Ltd.
Line(s)     Line 3
Construction
Structure typeUnderground
History
Opened1 April 2015 (2015-04-01)
Services
Preceding station  Nanjing Metro  Following station
toward  Linchang
Line 3
toward  Mozhou­donglu

Tianruncheng station (simplified Chinese :天润城站; traditional Chinese :天潤城站; pinyin :Tiānrùnchéng Zhàn), is a station of Line 3 of the Nanjing Metro. It started operations on 1 April 2015. [1] [2]

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References

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