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ⓘ Don Mariano Marcos Avenue is a former street name that may refer to: Fairview Avenue, a major thoroughfare in Quezon City Quezon Avenue,a major thoroughfare in ..




                                     

ⓘ Don Mariano Marcos Avenue

Don Mariano Marcos Avenue is a former street name that may refer to:

  • Fairview Avenue, a major thoroughfare in Quezon City
  • Quezon Avenue,a major thoroughfare in Quezon City
                                     
  • Commonwealth area, so named because of Commonwealth Avenue R - 7 formerly called Don Mariano Marcos Avenue which runs through its center. Barangays in this
  • declared, an assassin tried to kill Imelda Marcos The event took place in Pasay, on live television, while Mrs. Marcos was distributing prizes to the winners
  • Hospital - Basak, Lapu - Lapu City Mandaue City Hospital - Don Andres Soriano Avenue Mandaue City Mariano Jesus Cuenco Memorial Hospital - Poblacion, Malabuyoc
  • surrounding the plaza, were renovated in 1983 for Irene Marcos the youngest daughter of the late Pres. Marcos wedding to Greggy Araneta. A few months later
  • languages as attested on the 5 August 1884 letter by the pastor of Cainta Don Mariano de San Juan to the Archbishop of Manila, Fray Pedro Payo, O.P. During
  • branch of Starbucks, Ministop, and St. Peter s Parish along Commonwealth Avenue The barangay is mostly residential with a number of subdivisions and villages
  • are San Antonio de Padua, Parque San Martin, Libertad, Pontevedra and Mariano Acosta. The city of Merlo was formerly important solely as a railroad junction
  • Scaramuzza, who helped perfect his technical skill as a pianist. Bandleader Mariano Mores hired Stampone as a soloist in two, 1949 musical comedy productions
  • Encomienda de Malolos the Adelantado entrusted the settlements to conquistador Don Marcos de Herrera. On April 5, 1572 Legazpi merges the encomiendas of Malolos
  • president and dictator Ferdinand Marcos Ferdinand E. Marcos former Filipino dictator 1965 - 1986 son of Mariano raised Aglipayan, but subsequently
  • National Scout Jamboree was held at Rolling Hills, Balara, Quezon City. Dr. Mariano Villarama de los Santos served on the World Scout Committee from 1957 until

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