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Xiju station

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Xiju station

Xiju is a station on Line 10 of the Beijing Subway in China.[1][2] It opened on December 30, 2012.[3] Line 14 also serves this station;[4] line 14 service started on May 5, 2013.[5]


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  3. ^ (Chinese) "轨道交通四条新线12月30日开通试运营". Beijing Municipal Transportation Administration Bureau. Retrieved 29 December 2012. 
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