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Philippines' most populous city and home to most television networks, Quezon City (popularly initialed as QC) has become known for being the City of Stars. Once became the nation's capital for about 28 years, it has become the city address of a number of government institutions including the House of Representatives, the lower House of Congress.
The city is the biggest city within Metro Manila. It was named after Manuel L. Quezon, the Father of Filipino Language and was the former president during the Commonwealth period.
Quezon City, just like much within Metro Manila is serviced by the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) for all international flights to major cities around the world while the Manila Domestic Airport connects the metro to most airports in the country.
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|Robbinsdale Hotel||14 Araneta Avenue corner Palanza Street||Hotel||-|
|Tri Place Hotel Quezon City||#2 Alabama Street Corner E. Rodriguez Sr. Avenue New Manila||Hotel||-|
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|Newgrange Condotel||32 Timog Avenue||Apartment||-|
|Agustina Serviced Apartment||No. 9, 18th Street Brgy Kalusugan (New Manila)||Apartment||-|
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Quezon City is home to some of the major universities in the country among which are the following:
See also International Telephone Calls
The Philippine Postal Corporation, or PhilPost, is the provides the postal service throughout the Philippines. PhilPost is pretty reliable, but one can hardly call it fast services. It is fine for sending postcards and letters though, both domestically as well as internationally. Prices for sending postcards or letters within the country start at around P7, while most international post costs at least P20. For sending parcels to and from the Philippines it might be wise to use companies like FedEx or UPS. The opening hours of post offices in the Philippines differ from one place to another. Usually, post offices are open from 8:00am to 12 noon and from 1:00pm to 5:00pm on weekdays. And for those that operate on Saturdays, the business hours are from 8:00am to 1:00pm.
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