|STC rapid transit|
José Vasconcelos Street entrance to the metro station.
|Opened||20 November 1970|
Its logo depicts a butterfly, and its name comes from the Nahuatl word Xonacatlan, which means "place of onions" (sometimes mistakenly read as meaning "place of butterflies"). It is named for Juanacatlán in the state of Jalisco. The station was opened on 11 April 1970.
The station's building also contains the offices of the Metro workers' trade union, the windows of which depict the front of a metro train. This station runs under Avenida Pedro Antonio de los Santos. It serves the San Miguel Chapultepec and Condesa districts.
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- Media related to Juanacatlán (station) at Wikimedia Commons
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