Quezon City

What is Quezon City known for?


school business

. The city government operates the Quezon City Polytechnic University, which has campuses in Novaliches, Batasan Hills, and Barangay Sto. Cristo. Business and management schools (Business school) include Entrepreneurs School of Asia located in Libis, Far Eastern University – Nicanor Reyes Educational Foundation (FEU–FERN Diliman) and National College of Business and Arts (NCBA). Other colleges include Kalayaan College, the Central Colleges of the Philippines, Philippine


people power

. On February 22, 1986, the Quezon City portion of the Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA (road)) (between Camp Crame and Camp Aguinaldo) became the venue of the bloodless People Power Revolution that overthrew Marcos. On February 23, 1998, Republic Act. No. 8535 was signed by President Fidel V. Ramos (Fidel Ramos). The Act provided for the creation of the City of Novaliches comprising the 15 northernmost barangays of Quezon city. However, in the succeeding plebiscite on October 23, 1999, an overwhelming majority of Quezon City residents rejected the secession of Novaliches. Quezon City is the first local government in the Philippines with a computerized real estate assessment and payment system. The city government developed a database system that now contains around 400,000 property units with capability to record payments. Master plans In 1938, President Quezon made a decision to push for a new capital city. Manila was getting crowded, and his military advisors (reportedly) told him that Manila, being by the bay, was an easy target for bombing by naval guns (Naval artillery) in case of attack–a real possibility in the late 1930s. Military advisers, however, did not anticipate aerial bombardment. Quezon railroaded the idea of anew city at least WikiPedia:Quezon City Dmoz:Regional Asia Philippines Regions National Capital Region Quezon City Commons:Category:Quezon City


setting+year

left Jollibee mascot In 1975 Tony Tan Caktiong and his family opened a Magnolia Ice Cream parlor in Cubao. Jollibee – About Us – History ref>

it as an ice cream parlor in 1975. Jollibee became a household name in the Philippines even though it went head to head against fast food giant McDonald's. Tony Tan


traditional business

and Las Piñas; and Alabang Estates, Madrigal Business Park, and Filinvest Corporate City in Muntinlupa. The traditional business center of Chinese-Filipino businessmen and the country's CBD prior to the development of the Makati CBD was the Binondo (Binondo, Manila) District in the City of Manila. Escolta was the central street of commerce during the time of the Spaniards up until the development of the Makati CBD when Ayala Avenue superseded it. G.T. International Tower is an office skyscraper located in Makati City, Philippines. The "G.T." in the name stands for George Ty, the building's owner and chairman of the Metrobank Group. Standing at 217 meters (712.93 feet). The Philippine Bank of Communications Tower, more commonly known as PBCom Tower, is an office skyscraper that currently holds the title, since 2000, of the tallest building in the Philippines. It has a total ground to architectural top height of 259 metres (850 ft), with 52 storeys. Malls are generally clustered into major shopping districts, sometimes within financial hubs such as Makati or Ortigas Center. Ayala Center, a major development within the Makati central business district, contains various up-market malls such as Greenbelt and Glorietta. SM Megamall is located within Ortigas Center, which is also the site of Robinsons Galleria, Shangri-La Plaza, and The Podium. Within the City of Manila itself, the largest malls include SM City Manila, Robinsons Place Manila, and the older Harrison Plaza. Cubao is Quezon City's central commercial area and has five malls including the Gateway Mall (Gateway Mall (Araneta Center)) at the Araneta Center. There is also Eastwood City, located along Libis; SM City Fairview, in Novaliches; and TriNoma, Ayala Land's newest mall, in front of SM City North EDSA. Newer business districts such as Bonifacio Global City have also become shopping hubs since the opening of Bonifacio High Street and Serendra. Recently opened in Pasig is a new development called Frontera Verde, which currently hosts Tiendesitas, a tiangge-style shopping center; SM Supercenter Pasig; and SilverCity AutoMall, the first mall in the Philippines that is dedicated to the automotive market. thumb 200px Headquarters of the PNP (File:Camp Crame.jpg) The Philippine National Police (PNP) is responsible for law enforcement in the country. Police structure in the Philippines is centralized and its command center is in Camp Rafael Crame (Camp Crame) in Santolan, Quezon City. Metro Manila is divided into 5 police districts under National Capital Region Police Office namely Central (Quezon City), Western (City of Manila), Eastern (Mandaluyong, Pasig, Marikina, San Juan (San Juan, Metro Manila)), Northern (Caloocan, Malabon, Navotas, Valenzuela (Valenzuela, Philippines)) and Southern (Makati, Muntinlupa, Las Piñas, Parañaque, Taguig, Pasay, and Pateros (Pateros, Metro Manila)). The NCRPO Headquarters is located in Camp Bagong Diwa in Taguig. * 20px (File:Flag of France.svg) Douai, France (since 1981)) * 20px (File:Flag of the Philippines.svg) Quezon City, Philippines (since 1986) * 20px (File:Flag of Germany.svg) Wolfenbüttel, Germany (since 1970)) 01 10 1975 align left WikiPedia:Quezon City Dmoz:Regional Asia Philippines Regions National Capital Region Quezon City Commons:Category:Quezon City


Mandaluyong

to the southwest and the Marikina River valley to the east. The southern portion is drained by the very narrow San Juan River (San Juan River (Quezon City)) and its tributaries to Pasig River, while running in the northern portions of the city is the equally narrow Tullahan River. Quezon City is bordered by Manila to the southwest, by Caloocan and Valenzuela City to the west and northwest. To the south lies San Juan (San Juan, Metro Manila) and Mandaluyong, while

. TV5 (TV5 (Philippines)) also had its headquarters in Quezon City since 1992, but it moved out to Mandaluyong City in 2013. However, its transmitter in Novaliches is still being used and operated by the network.

, when TV5 moved to Mandaluyong. The transmitter located inside the facility, however, is still being used despite its move to Mandaluyong. The transmitter


rock original

, bagnet, and egg momo from sandwich station. '''Hero


technical amp

-help-lgus-disaster-response title AFP reservists to help LGUs in disaster response - Philippines | ReliefWeb publisher reliefweb.int accessdate 25 July 2014 The 105th Technical & Administrative Services Group (Reserve), specifically the 1st Technical & Administrative Services Unit (Ready Reserve) of the AFP Reserve Command (Armed Forces of the Philippines Reserve Command) Official Page of the AFP Reserve Command


vocals education

; 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


running program

Television. 32 and Counting: Eat Bulaga! Continues to Win Pinoys' Heart on philstar.com ''Eat Bulaga!'' still holds the record of being the longest-running program on air in the history of local television. GMA Pinoy TV: Eat Bulaga! on gmapinoytv.com birth_date birth_place


line amp

birth_date birth_place Quezon City, Philippines death_date DATE OF BIRTH January 3, 1969 PLACE OF BIRTH Quezon City, Philippines DATE OF DEATH The LRT network consists of two lines: the original LRT Line 1 (LRT-1) or Yellow Line, and the more modern LRT Line 2 (LRT-2 or MRT-2), or Purple Line. The Yellow Line is aligned in a general north–south direction along over 17.2&nbsp

;kilometers (10.7 mi) of fully elevated track. From Monumento (Monumento LRT Station) it runs south above the hustle and bustle of Rizal and Taft Avenues along grade-separated (Grade separation) concrete viaducts allowing exclusive right-of-way (Right-of-way (transportation)) before ending in Baclaran (Baclaran LRT Station). The LRT Line 1 System - The Yellow Line. ca. 2010 . Light Rail

) of mostly elevated track, with one station lying underground. Commencing in Recto (Recto LRT Station), the line follows a corridor defined by C.M. Recto and Legarda Avenues, Ramon Magsaysay and Aurora Boulevards, and the Marikina-Infanta Highway before reaching the other end of the line at Santolan (Santolan LRT Station). The LRT Line 2 System - The Purple Line. ca. 2010 . Light Rail Transit

Quezon City

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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