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The History of Quezon City, Metro Manila

11 local experts

From dinosaurs to explorers to wars, here's what 11 local experts had to say about the history of Quezon City, Metro Manila.

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Quezon City is a highly urbanized city. This city is the most populous city in the Philippines. It was founded by Manuel L. Quezon. Quezon City held status as the official capital before designated Manila as capital. You will find the Quezon Memorial in this City. It offers many attractions for travelers of all ages.

Nathalie, says: 2020

Quezon City is the biggest city in Metro Manila. It is the most modern city in terms of infrastructure and pretty much everything else. The city is well known for its historical landmarks, food destinations and entertainments spots.

Kriszha, says: 2020

Quezon City is known from its various tourist spots and historical places. One of the prominent attractions in Quezon City is the 11th World Scout Jamboree Memorial Rotonda which to commemorate those scouts who had lost their lives due to a plain crash while travelling to Greece to attend the 11th Jamboree. This is a symbolism of heroism and patriotism of the citizens.

Althea, says: 2020

Living in Quezon City is equal parts pleasure and pain. The newly-moved in resident will never run out of historical sites to explore, such as the massive Quezon Memorial Monument smack-dab in the middle of the city. However, getting there by any means of transport, save teleportation, would likely take an hour or two even from the nearest subdivisions. Despite its flaws, you can’t help but be charmed by the city’s ever-changing scenery, the constant hum of public transport, and the myriad stories its people and streets have to tell.

Quezon city is highly urbanized city and one of the most populous cities in the Philippines. It was named from the 2nd President of the Philippines, Manuel L. Quezon. The center of it is the Quezon City Circle where you can enjoy the relaxing ambiance of greenery plants and trees and at the same time, you can find some historical site within the said park.

Eduardo, says: 2020

Metro Manila is the capital of the Philippines. You can see a lot of historical places during the Spanish Era. Quezon City is the center of Metro Manila. It is known as the “City of Stars” because actors and actresses live in this city. Media stations, famous restaurants and hotels are also here.

Queency, says: 2020

It is one of the biggest and populous city in the Philippines. Accessible to major establishments such as schools, malls, government agencies, clinics and hospitals. It’s great to start a family in the city because of the history, amenities and the accessibility it offers to the public. It also houses the Araneta Coliseum where major basketball leagues were held.

If you are visiting or relocate in Quezon City, Metro Manila, you can get to experience riding a jeepney which is considered the “king of the street” because of its traditional look. Also, we have a variety of delicious food that are even popular worldwide like Adobo. The “po and opo” are very popular also. This words are used to address when talking to elder people.

Quezon City is a place rich in both history and business opportunities. In addition to the increasing technological development that the city has to offer, it is also proud of the increasing employment opportunities for its inhabitants. Tourists will also have a wonderful time exploring the city’s marketplace and shopping malls with diversity in mind.

Quezon City is both the largest and most populous city in the Philippines. It is home to two of the biggest universities in the country, namely Ateneo De Manila University (ADMU) and the University of the Philippines Diliman (UPD). Though it may not be the country’s capital anymore, Quezon City warmly welcomes its citizens into the vast variety of leisurely and historic activities and monuments which could be in the city.

Jasmine, says: 2020

Quezon City is the largest city in the Philippines. It also houses multiple shopping malls and amusement parks. It also has a lot of historical places including the famous Rizal Park which features the monument of our National Hero Jose P. Rizal. This city is also a center of economy and a lot of young professionals settle here because of better opportunity.

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