|Location|| Xincheng District, Xi'an, Shaanxi |
|Operated by||Xi'an Metro Co. Ltd.|
|Line(s)||Line 1, Line 3|
|Opened||16 September 2013|
Tonghuamen station (Chinese :通化门站), is a station of Line 1 and Line 3 of the Xi'an Metro. It started operations on 15 September 2013.
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