Quezon Memorial Circle

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The Quezon Memorial Circle is a national park located in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines.wikipedia
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Manuel L. Quezon

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Its main feature is a 66 m tall mausoleum containing the remains of Manuel L. Quezon, the second official President of the Philippines and the first of an internationally recognized independent Philippines, and his wife, First Lady Aurora Quezon.
His final resting place is the Quezon Memorial Circle.

Metro Manila

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The Quezon Memorial Circle is a national park located in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines.
NPDC used to manage Fort Santiago in Intramuros and the Quezon Memorial National Park in Quezon City.

Elliptical Road

The park is located inside a large traffic circle in the shape of an ellipse and bounded by the Elliptical Road and is the main park of Quezon City (which served as the official capital of the Philippines from 1948 to 1976).
The Elliptical Road is a 2 km roundabout in Quezon City which circumscribes the Quezon Memorial Circle, a large park.

Quezon Memorial Shrine

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Shortly after the People Power Revolution in 1986, the Quezon City Parks Development Foundation (QCPDF) was established during the term of then Quezon City Mayor, Brigido Simon Jr. Under a tripartite agreement between the Quezon City government, National Historical Institute (NHI, now the National Historical Commission of the Philippines) and the National Parks Development Administration (NPDA), the NPDA was given jurisdiction over the 27 ha park except a one hectare area covering the Quezon Memorial Shrine which is under the NHI.
The Quezon Memorial Shrine is a monument and national shrine dedicated to former Philippine President Manuel Quezon located within the grounds of Quezon Memorial Circle.

Mausoleum

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Its main feature is a 66 m tall mausoleum containing the remains of Manuel L. Quezon, the second official President of the Philippines and the first of an internationally recognized independent Philippines, and his wife, First Lady Aurora Quezon.

Quezon City

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The Quezon Memorial Circle is a national park located in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines. A house of Manuel L. Quezon family in Gilmore, New Manila was transferred within the Quezon Memorial Circle and was made a museum.
Also located in Quezon City is the Quezon Memorial Circle, a national park.

Presidential Car Museum

The Presidential Car Museum, housing the presidential cars of former Philippine presidents, was inaugurated on August 19, 2018.
The Presidential Car Museum is a museum within the Quezon Memorial Circle in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines.

Manila Metro Rail Transit System Line 7

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This location will be the street alignment for the approved Manila Metro Rail Transit System Line 7 named Quezon Memorial MRT Station and the station will be underground.
Groundbreaking for Batasan station was held on October 7, 2017, while the excavation for the underground guideway at Quezon Memorial Circle is ongoing as of November 2017.

Quezon Heritage House

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A house of Manuel L. Quezon family in Gilmore, New Manila was transferred within the Quezon Memorial Circle and was made a museum.
The Quezon Heritage House is a historic house museum within the grounds of the Quezon Memorial Circle in Quezon City, Philippines.

Federico Ilustre

The Quezon Memorial Shrine is an art deco-themed monument was designed by Federico Ilustre and was built during the 1950s and serves as the centerpiece of the Quezon Memorial Circle.
His most notable work would be his design of the Quezon Memorial Shrine monument, a design he made for a national design competition held in 1951 for the then-planned monument for late President Manuel L. Quezon, where he won the grand prize.

Aurora Quezon

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Its main feature is a 66 m tall mausoleum containing the remains of Manuel L. Quezon, the second official President of the Philippines and the first of an internationally recognized independent Philippines, and his wife, First Lady Aurora Quezon.
On April 28, 2005, exactly fifty-six years after her death, the remains of Quezon were transferred from North Cemetery for interment in a black crypt beside her husband's sarcophagus at the Quezon Memorial in Quezon City.

First Lady or First Gentleman of the Philippines

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Its main feature is a 66 m tall mausoleum containing the remains of Manuel L. Quezon, the second official President of the Philippines and the first of an internationally recognized independent Philippines, and his wife, First Lady Aurora Quezon.

Quezon City Experience

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A city museum, the Quezon City Experience (QCX) was also opened within park grounds in late 2015.
QCX or the Quezon City Experience is an interactive and socio-cultural green building-compliant city museum which was inaugurated in November 9, 2015 within the Quezon Memorial Circle in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines.

Quezon Memorial station (Line 7)

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This location will be the street alignment for the approved Manila Metro Rail Transit System Line 7 named Quezon Memorial MRT Station and the station will be underground.
Quezon Memorial Station is a proposed station of the Manila Metro Rail Transit System Line 7 located within the Quezon Memorial Circle, Quezon City.

Joy Belmonte

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Following a planned redevelopment of the park by Mayor Joy Belmonte some stall vendors and restaurants surrounding the park's children's playground vacated the park after their permit expired on June 30, 2019.
As the Vice Mayor of Quezon City, her first project was the construction of a local history museum inside the Quezon City Memorial Circle called the Quezon City Experience (QCX).

Commonwealth Avenue, Quezon City

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A second underpass connects the park to the Philcoa area near the Commonwealth Avenue amounted to ₱87 million and opened in December 2009.
The Quezon Memorial Circle is a national park and shrine located in Quezon City, former capital of the Philippines (1948–1976).

Manila North Cemetery

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Philippines

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The Quezon Memorial Circle is a national park located in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines.

Roundabout

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The park is located inside a large traffic circle in the shape of an ellipse and bounded by the Elliptical Road and is the main park of Quezon City (which served as the official capital of the Philippines from 1948 to 1976).

Ellipse

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The park is located inside a large traffic circle in the shape of an ellipse and bounded by the Elliptical Road and is the main park of Quezon City (which served as the official capital of the Philippines from 1948 to 1976).

President of the Philippines

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Its main feature is a 66 m tall mausoleum containing the remains of Manuel L. Quezon, the second official President of the Philippines and the first of an internationally recognized independent Philippines, and his wife, First Lady Aurora Quezon.

Capitol

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The site was originally intended as the grounds of the National Capitol to be built in Quezon City to house the Congress of the Philippines.

Congress of the Philippines

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The site was originally intended as the grounds of the National Capitol to be built in Quezon City to house the Congress of the Philippines.