Let $X$ be a compact Shimura curve. If we remove finitely many points from this curve, do we neccessarily get a "noncompact Shimura curve"? I have some reasons to believe that the answer is negative, but don't have a proof nor a counter example. However if the answer is really No, does there exist a wellknown structure / property for this punctured Shimura curve?
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