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Ugong Norte, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines 1.66 km

The Shrine of Mary, Queen of Peace, Our Lady of EDSA, or more popularly, the EDSA Shrine is a small church located at the intersection of Ortigas Avenue and 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 ousted Philippine presidents Ferdinand Marcos (the People Power Revolution or EDSA I) and Joseph Estrada (the EDSA II). It is officially called the “Shrine of Mary, Queen of Peace” or “Our Lady of Peace Quasi-Parish”, although these names are seldom used.

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General Arturo Building, Capinpin Ave, Quezon City, Metro Manila 2.13 km

The Armed Forces of the Philippines Museum exhibits the rich history of the armed forces and its heroic contributions to the Filipino nation. The early development of the Armed Forces can be traced back to the Tejeros Convention, where different revolutionaries united under one rule to overthrow the Spanish colonial government. Captain General Artemio Ricarte headed the Philippine Army at that time. The museum’s indoor exhibit is composed of different martial weapons, uniforms of the different branches of the AFP, and paintings and dioramas depicting the history of the AFP. There is also an outdoor exhibit where bigger military equipment and weapons are displayed including tanks and aircrafts. Avid collectors can visit the gift shop that sells books and souvenirs. A similar museum is also located inside the nearby Philippine National Police compound where the law enforcement agency’s history is showcased.

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Ground Floor, Benpres Building, Exchange Road, Pasig City, Metro Manila, Philippines 3.46 km

The Lopez Memorial Museum is the oldest privately owned and managed museum and library specializing in Philippine material. Its rariori reach back to books and maps of the sixteenth century, works by the first internationally acclaimed duo of Filipino painters, Juan N. Luna (1857-1899) and Felix P. Resurreccion Hidalgo (1855-1913), plus priceless personal effects of Philippine National Hero José Rizal (1861-1896). With over 500 works in its growing museum collection and over 20,000 titles in its expanding library catalogue, the museum cares for holdings covering 600 years of scholarship and artistry.

After its inauguration in 1960, the museum established the Eugenio Lopez Foundation to ensure its future; institutionalized a curatorial management system and committed team; strengthened its conservation facilities; and increased audience development services. The Lopez Memorial Museum cultivates a legacy of exemplary quality, timeless relevance, persistent awakening of wisdom and knowledge, dynamic reaching out to multiplying users, and purposeful accessibility to the richness and dynamism of Philippine culture.

 

 

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530 Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong, NCR, Philippines 4.35 km

There are a lot of fine golf courses in the Philippines, and certainly one of the finest, both in terms of scenic beauty and play ability is the Subic Bay Golf & Country Club. This is true whether you are a casual player or a pro.

Not only does it have all the features of a professional course, but the surroundings also make it a very attractive place to relax. The greens are always well maintained and you can enjoy the view of the lush trees and mountains in the background.

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80 Malinao, Calbayog St, Highway Hills, Mandaluyong, 1550 Metro Manila, Philippines 4.47 km

We invite you to be whisked away to an exquisite experience of fine Italian dining in the heart of Manila. Galileo Enoteca Deli literally means Library of Wines. Come create a serene memory in our uniquely decorated wine cellar style dining rooms, where the walls are covered with your choice of high quality wines. Enjoy our delectable delicacies and homestyle Italian recipes.

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Mandaluyong City, Manila, Metro Manila 4.79 km

Wack Wack is an excellent golf club with two 18-hole championship courses. The first of these is the East Course – former host of the Philippine Open, the World Cup, and other famous events. The second is the West Course – a shorter, less troublesome (all-weather) championship course.

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Roxas Ave, Diliman, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines 5.14 km

The Jorge B. Vargas Museum & Filipiniana Research Center, located at the University of the Philippines Diliman campus, houses the collection of art, stamps and coins, library, personal papers.

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Bantayog Rd, Diliman, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines 5.78 km
From a simple collection of First Quarter Storm pictures initiated by the FQS Foundation, the museum, which has been called the “center for rare courage,” continues to expand in its new house at the JRS Building. The museum is visited by students, human rights activists, as well as foreign visitors.

Behind the Wall of Remembrance, in the new building named after Sen. Jovito R. Salonga, the Bantayog ng mga Bayani Foundation has opened its Museum and Library to the public. The Museum and Library are an indispensable complement to the Wall of Remembrance itself.

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Museum of the history and culture of the Iglesia ni Cristo.

On July, 1984, as part of the 80th anniversary of the Iglesia Ni Cristo, and right after the dedication of INC Central Temple, the Church Administration inaugurated the Iglesia Ni Cristo Museum and Gallery located at Central Temple complex, along Commonwealth Avenue, Quezon City. The museum showcases the history of the Iglesia Ni Cristo from her beginning up to the present.

This two-story building that currently houses the Iglesia Ni Cristo Museum and Gallery, also currently houses the Central Temple locale office, the offices of the Ecclesiastical District of Quezon City and the Ecclesiastical District of Central, and the Church’s Social Services Office.

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Plaza Rizal, F. Concepcion, San Jose, Pasig, 1600 Metro Manila 6.2 km

Repository of Pasig’s culture, tradition and history. The Pasig City Museum is a living museum – a dynamic and organic component of the very life and aspiration of the people of Pasig. It is a cultural, an educational, a research and a social development center.

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Ground Floor, 121 H.V Dela Costa Street Salcedo Village, Makati, 1227 Metro Manila, Philippines 6.2 km

More commonly known for its weekend market held every Saturday since 2004, this quiet square in Makati is a breath of fresh air on any given day of the week. It is also the home of Art in the Park, a bi-annual event that started four years ago, and was first held to coincide with the second anniversary of the weekend market.

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B1 700 M. Lerma Street, Brgy. Old Zaniga, Mandaluyong City, Philippines 1550 6.5 km

Barcino Wine Resto Bar is managed by Tarraco Group Inc. It is comprised of six wine restaurants and an exquisite deli shop.

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Greenbelt 2 Branch

  • Greenbelt 2, Ground Floor
  • Ayala Center, Makati City
  • Tel. No.: (+632) 501.3250

The Fort Branch

  • Unit 101 Forbeswood Heights
  • Rizal Drive, Fort Bonifacio
  • Taguig City
  • Tel. No.: (+632) 900.0726

Ortigas Branch

  • 2nd Floor City Golf Plaza
  • Julia Vargas Ave, Ortigas
  • Pasig City
  • Tel. No.: (+632) 636.2963

Greenbelt 5 Branch

  • Lower Ground Greenbelt 5
  • Ayala Center, Makati City
  • Tel. No.: (+632) 756.0965

Rockwell

  • 143, R1 Level.
  • Power Plant Mall
  • Tel. No.: (+632) 846.9423

Alabang

  • FB006 Ground Floor
  • Alabang Town Center, Muntinlupa City
  • Tel. No.: (+632) 869.3612 / (+632) 869.3804

SM Aura Branch

  • Unit 505-507, 5th Floor SkyPark
  • SM Aura Premiere, Taguig City
  • Tel. No.: (+632) 856.2623
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