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ⓘ Andres Bonifacio Avenue, Marikina. The Andres Bonifacio Avenue, also known by its short form A. Bonifacio Avenue, is a 4-lane highway in Marikina that connects ..




                                     

ⓘ Andres Bonifacio Avenue, Marikina

The Andres Bonifacio Avenue, also known by its short form A. Bonifacio Avenue, is a 4-lane highway in Marikina that connects Aurora Boulevard in Quezon City to the west and Sumulong Highway in Marikina to the east. It was named after Andres Bonifacio, the head of Katipunan. Andres Bonifacio arrived in the area during the Philippine Revolution after hiding in the caves of Montalban. It traverses three barangays in Marikina: Barangka, Tañong and Jesus dela Peña.

                                     
  • Andres Bonifacio Avenue may refer to: Andres Bonifacio Avenue Quezon City Andres Bonifacio Avenue Marikina City
  • The Andres Bonifacio Avenue also known as A. Bonifacio Avenue is a 1.9 - kilometer 1.2 mi national secondary road running from Blumentritt Road in Manila
  • curves at the intersection with Andres Bonifacio Avenue connecting the Marikina city proper, then crosses the Marikina River. The Diosdado B. Macapagal
  • Marikina mərɪˈkɪnə officially the City of Marikina Tagalog: Lungsod ng Marikina or simply known as Marikina City, is a 1st class highly urbanized
  • business, recreation, entertainment and convention venue in Marikina located along A. Bonifacio Avenue and nearby Marcos Highway and former location of Universal
  • Liwasang Bonifacio Its centerpiece is the monument to Filipino revolutionary Andres Bonifacio and the Philippine Revolution fronting Padre Burgos Avenue The
  • Avenue Maysilo Circle Nueve de Febrero Pioneer Street San Miguel Avenue Shaw Boulevard EDSA to Kalentong Amang Rodriguez Avenue Andres Bonifacio Avenue
  • Alabang Zapote Road Amorsolo Street Anda Circle Andres Bonifacio Avenue Andres Bonifacio Monument Andrews Avenue Annual events in Metro Manila Anonas station
  • was given its current name in 1963 after the revolutionary leader Andres Bonifacio who founded the independence movement of Katipunan during the Spanish
  • Interchange. Past C - 5 - Ortigas Interchange, it is called Ortigas Avenue Extension. It soon crosses Marikina River and Manggahan Floodway, partially becomes a single
  • Health Center and Lying - in Clinic - Alvarez Street, Santa Cruz GAT Andres Bonifacio Memorial Medical Center - Delpan Street, Tondo Hospital of the Infant
  • Cembo, just east of Guadalupe Nuevo and north of Bonifacio Global City. It is bordered by J.P. Rizal Avenue to the south, the Makati Aqua Sports Arena to
  • more than 300 revolutionary Katipuneros, led by the Supremo Gat. Andres Bonifacio Emilio Jacinto and Pio Valenzuela, secretly gained access in this

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