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" Friends and allies from the movie and political worlds were at his bedside. He left behind his wife actress Susan Roces and daughter, Mary Grace The nine day wake was attended by hundreds of thousands, with organizers claiming numbers as high as two million. WikiPedia:Quezon City Dmoz:Regional Asia Philippines Regions National Capital Region Quezon City Commons:Category:Quezon City


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'''DWAO-TV''', channel 37 is the flagship (flagship station) of Philippine (Philippines) Television network Progressive Broadcasting Corporation (UNTV), the same company that operates 107.5 Win Radio (DWNU) network of FM stations, as well as UNTV Radio La Verdad 1350 (DZXQ) as its sole AM radio station. DWAO is one of very few NTSC-System M stations in the world that broadcast on channel 37. This station studios are located #907 EDSA Philam, Quezon City and transmitter located at Crestview Heights Subdivision, Brgy. San Roque, Antipolo City. It is known for its broadcast of The Old Path. '''UNTV''' operates 24 hours a day, except on Mondays where the stations signs off from 12:00 am to 3:00 am. The network also goes off the air from 12:00 am of Holy Thursday to 12:00 am of Black Saturday, even though the network has ties with the independent (Non-denominational Christianity) Members Church of God International which airs Ang Dating Daan. terminus_a MacArthur Highway in Mabalacat, Pampanga Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway in Mabalacat, Pampanga terminus_b Epifanio delos Santos Avenue (EDSA) in Barangay Balingasa, Quezon City and Bagong Barrio West in Caloocan City cities Quezon City, Caloocan (South) (Caloocan), Valenzuela, Meycauayan, Malolos, San Fernando (Pampanga) (San Fernando, Pampanga) and Angeles terminus_b Epifanio delos Santos Avenue (EDSA) in Barangay Balingasa, Quezon City and Bagong Barrio West in Caloocan City cities Quezon City, Caloocan (South) (Caloocan), Valenzuela, Meycauayan, Malolos, San Fernando (Pampanga) (San Fernando, Pampanga) and Angeles towns Marilao (Marilao, Bulacan), Bocaue (Bocaue, Bulacan), Balagtas (Balagtas, Bulacan), Guiguinto (Guiguinto, Bulacan), Plaridel (Plaridel, Bulacan), Pulilan (Pulilan, Bulacan), San Simon (San Simon, Pampanga), Mexico (Mexico, Pampanga), Mabalacat (Mabalacat, Pampanga) The expressway begins in Quezon City at a cloverleaf interchange with EDSA: a continuation of Andres Bonifacio Avenue. It then passes through Quezon City, Caloocan, and Valenzuela in Metro Manila. Meycauayan (Meycauayan, Bulacan), Marilao (Marilao, Bulacan), Bocaue (Bocaue, Bulacan), Balagtas (Balagtas, Bulacan), Guiguinto (Guiguinto, Bulacan), Malolos, Plaridel (Plaridel, Bulacan), and Pulilan (Pulilan, Bulacan) in Bulacan (Bulacan province). San Simon (San Simon, Pampanga), San Fernando (San Fernando, Pampanga), Mexico (Mexico, Pampanga) and Angeles in Pampanga. The expressway currently ends at Mabalacat (Mabalacat, Pampanga) and merges with the MacArthur Highway, which continues northward into the rest of Central and Northern Luzon. The expressway begins in Quezon City at a cloverleaf interchange with EDSA: a continuation of Andres Bonifacio Avenue. It then passes through Quezon City, Caloocan, and Valenzuela in Metro Manila. Meycauayan (Meycauayan, Bulacan), Marilao (Marilao, Bulacan), Bocaue (Bocaue, Bulacan), Balagtas (Balagtas, Bulacan), Guiguinto (Guiguinto, Bulacan), Malolos, Plaridel (Plaridel, Bulacan), and Pulilan (Pulilan, Bulacan) in Bulacan (Bulacan province). San Simon (San Simon, Pampanga), San Fernando (San Fernando, Pampanga), Mexico (Mexico, Pampanga) and Angeles in Pampanga. The expressway currently ends at Mabalacat (Mabalacat, Pampanga) and merges with the MacArthur Highway, which continues northward into the rest of Central and Northern Luzon. Half Y Northbound exit Southbound entrance. This exit is directly connected to Quirino Highway (R-8 Alternate). It is an alternate route to other parts of Quezon City and Bulacan province. Motorists from EDSA northbound must take the service road to Quirino Highway. - rowspan 2 Caloocan City (South) (Caloocan City) Southbound exit only. This serves as an alternate route for vehicles going to Caloocan and Malabon cities and to Quirino Highway through Barangay Baesa, Quezon City and Santa Quiteria, Caloocan City. - Also known as Pambansang Banda ng Pilipinas origin Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines genre Original Pilipino Music


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Philippines pushpin_map_caption coordinates_display inline,title coordinates_region PH subdivision_type Country subdivision_name subdivision_type1 Region subdivision_name1 National Capital Region (Metro Manila) subdivision_type2 Districts subdivision_name2 1st to 6th districts of Quezon City (Congressional districts of Quezon City) subdivision_type3 Barangays subdivision_name3 310

subdivision_type4 subdivision_name4 leader_title Mayor leader_name Herbert M. Bautista (Herbert Bautista) (Liberal (Liberal Party (Philippines))) leader_title1 Vice Mayor leader_name1 Ma. Josefina Belmonte-Alimurung (Josefina Belmonte-Alimurung) (Liberal (Liberal Party (Philippines))) leader_title2 Representatives leader_name2


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died due to a massive stroke. By this time, allegations were rife that Arroyo cheated in the elections. * Society of Broadcast Engineers and Technicians of the Philippines, Inc. (SBETP), Quezon City, Philippines ! style "border-top: solid 1px #aaaaaa;" Location style "border-top: solid 1px #aaaaaa;" Electrical and Electronics Engineering Building, Velasquez Street, UP Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines - valign "top"


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Ma. Lourdes Santos (Malou Santos), Managing director


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Water (red) and Manila Water (blue), with Valenzuela highlighted. On October 28, 2005 SM Supercenter Valenzuela was inaugurated. Other shopping sites such as Puregold Valenzuela, the newly renovated South Supermarket and the newly opened Puregold Paso de Blas is also located in the city.


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. Notable secondary public schools (State school) include Philippine Science High School Main Campus, Quezon City Science High School, Commonwealth High School, Ernesto Rondon High School, Don Alejandro Roces Sr. Science-Technology High School, Batasan Hills National High School, and the University of the Philippines Integrated School. Sectarian schools (Parochial school) such as the Catholic schools like Angelicum College, Colegio de San Lorenzo, Holy Family School

Family School of Quezon City , and many have converted spare rooms into boarding facilities (Boarding house) for out-of-town students attending schools in the area: U.P. (University of the Philippines Diliman), Ateneo (Ateneo De Manila University), and Miriam College. The eastern edge of the Diliman area is roughly bound by Katipunan Avenue which passes in front of Ateneo and Miriam and runs behind the U.P. Diliman campus. Commonwealth Ave. File:Batasang Pambansa Complex


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*Manila Cathedral and San Agustin Church Manila *Quezon Memorial Circle, Quezon City thumb right Quezon Memorial Circle (File:Quezon Memorial Circle Monument.jpg) Quezon City, Philippines *Fort Bonifacio, Taguig *Manila Cathedral and San Agustin Church Manila *Quezon Memorial Circle, Quezon City thumb right Quezon Memorial Circle (File:Quezon Memorial Circle Monument.jpg) Quezon City, Philippines *Fort Bonifacio, Taguig Half Y This exit on the northbound SLEX lanes takes you to the C-5 Road (Circumferential Road 5) to Bonifacio Global City (Fort Bonifacio) in Taguig City, Pasig City, Quezon City, Caloocan City, Valenzuela City, and other parts of Metro Manila, Bulacan, and Rizal. - Thristan "Tum-Tum" Mendoza was born 1989 in Quezon City, Philippines. He was enrolled at the Philippine Montessori Center and was diagnosed as autistic (autism) at the age of two and a half. During the same year he began to play. On the night of December 11, 2004, Poe was admitted into Saint Luke's Medical Center in Quezon City, after complaining of dizziness at a gathering in his production studio premise. He suffered from a stroke and slipped into a coma while being treated for a brain clot. On December 14, Poe died due to a massive stroke. By this time, allegations were rife that Arroyo cheated in the elections. * Society of Broadcast Engineers and Technicians of the Philippines, Inc. (SBETP), Quezon City, Philippines ! style "border-top: solid 1px #aaaaaa;" Location style "border-top: solid 1px #aaaaaa;" Electrical and Electronics Engineering Building, Velasquez Street, UP Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines - valign "top" Convents & schools * Ateneo Municipal de Manila (Ateneo de Manila University) ''(Clamshell 1)'' (till 1932 before it moved to Padre Faura in Ermita, and later, to Loyola Heights, Quezon City) then occupied by Adamson University in 1939. * Beaterio de la Compañia de Jesus Colegio de Beaterio de la Compania ''(Light and Sound Museum)'' thumb The large golden statue of the Virgin Mary (Image:edsa shrine.jpg) on the roof of the EDSA Shrine. The '''Shrine of Mary, Queen of Peace, Our Lady of EDSA''', or more popularly, the '''EDSA Shrine''' is a small church of the Roman Catholic (Roman Catholic Church) Archdiocese of Manila located at the intersection of Ortigas Avenue and Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA) in Quezon City. The shrine, built in 1989 originally to commemorate the memories of the People Power Revolution and its peaceful outcome, stands on the site of two peaceful demonstrations that toppled


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of Cogie Domingo's character, later pairing with Richard Gutierrez after Domingo left the show. Ortaleza paired with Gutierrez again in the soap opera, ''Habang Kapiling Ka'' in the role of Donna. After ''Habang Kapiling Ka'' ended, they partnered in ''Click''. They worked together in the Sunday youth drama ''Love to Love (Love to Love (TV series))'' in the episode "Maid For Each Other (Love to Love (Season 1)#Maid For Each Other)" where she played Jen, a rich girl from


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; death_date origin Quezon City, Philippines instrument Vocals Education She attended high school at the School of the Holy Spirit in Quezon City and recently graduated from Miriam College, also in Quezon City. '''Angelicum College''' or '''Angelicum College

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leader_title3 Sangguniang Panlungsod leader_name3 title Councilors frame_style border:none; padding: 0; list_style text-align:left;display:none; 1 '''1st District (Legislative districts of Quezon City#1st District)''' 2 • Anthony Peter "Onyx" D. Crisologo 3 • Ricardo "RJ" T. Belmonte, Jr. 4 • Dorothy "Doray" A. Delarmente 5 • Lena Marie "Mayen" P. Juico 6 • Victor "Jun" V. Ferrer, Jr. 7 • Alexis "Alex" R. Herrera 8 '''2nd District (Legislative districts of Quezon City#2nd District)''' 9 • Mari Grace Precious H. Castelo (Precious Castelo) 10 • Voltaire Godofredo L. Liban III 11 • Ranulfo Z. Ludovica 12 • Ramon P. Medalla 13 • Roderick M. Paulate (Roderick Paulate) 14 • Estrella C. Valmocina 15 '''3rd District (Legislative districts of Quezon City#3rd District)''' 16 • Allan Benedict S. Reyes 17 • Gian Carlo G. Sotto 18 • Franz S. Pumaren (Franz Pumaren) 19 • Eufemio C. Lagumbay 20 • Jose Mario Don S. De Leon 21 • Jaime F. Borres 22 '''4th District (Legislative districts of Quezon City#4th District)''' 23 • Jesus Manuel "Bong" C. Suntay 24 • Marvin D. Rillo 25 • Vincent Eric D.G. Belmonte 26 • Raquel S. Malangen 27 • Jessica C. Daza 28 • Bayani V. Hipol 29 '''5th District (Legislative districts of Quezon City#5th District)''' 30 • Jose "Joe" A. Visaya 31 • Julienne Alyson Rae "Aly" V. Medalla 32 • Godofredo "Godie" T. Liban II 33 • Andres Jose "Anjo" G. Yllana, Jr. (Anjo Yllana) 34 • Allan Butch T. Francisco 35 • Karl Edgar C. Castelo 36 '''6th District (Legislative districts of Quezon City#6th District)''' 37 • Eden Delilah "Candy" A. Medina 38 • Diorella Maria "Lala" G. Sotto 39 • Maria Victoria "Marivic" C. Pilar 40 • Rogelio "Roger" P. Juan 41 • Melencio "Bobby" T. Castelo, Jr. 42 • Donato "Donnie" C. Matias 43 '''ABC President (Liga ng mga Barangay)''' 44 Ricardo B. Corpuz established_title established_date established_title2 Incorporated (town) established_date2 October 12, 1939 (as Diliman Estate) established_title3 Incorporated (city) established_date3 October 12, 1939 (By virtue of Commonwealth Act No. 502 as amended by Commonwealth Act No. 659 and Republic Act Nos. 333, 537, and 1575) Retrieved at Quezon City Official Website: History of Quezon City, July 9, 2009 area_magnitude unit_pref area_footnotes area_total_km2 171.71 area_land_km2 area_water_km2 area_water_percent area_urban_km2 area_metro_km2 population_as_of 2010 population_note population_total 2761720 population_footnotes population_density_km2 16617 population_metro population_density_metro_km2 population_urban population_density_urban_km2 timezone Quezon City Standard Time (PST) utc_offset +8 timezone_DST utc_offset_DST latd 14 latm 38 latNS N longd 121 longm 2 longEW E elevation_footnotes tags-- elevation_m 17.0 postal_code_type ZIP Code postal_code 1100 to 1138 chapter-url http: zip-codes.philsite.net quezon_city.htm chapter Quezon City ZIP Code url http: zip-codes.philsite.net title Philippine ZIP Codes Directory area_code 2 blank_name blank_info blank1_name blank1_info website footnotes

'''Quezon City''' ( Quezon City is not located in and should not be confused with Quezon Province (Quezon (province)), which was also named after the president. It is currently the largest city in Metro Manila in terms of land area.

Having been the national capital for almost three decades, Quezon City is the site of many government offices, including the Batasang Pambansa Complex, which is the seat of the House of Representatives (House of Representatives of the Philippines) (the lower chamber of the Philippine Congress (Congress of the Philippines)). The main campuses of two premier educational institutions, the state-funded University of the Philippines Diliman and the Catholic Ateneo de Manila University, are located in boundary of Manila and Quezon City.

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