What travelers say
The city is placed on a plateau on the metropolis between Manila and the Marikina River Valley. A narrow part of the Juan River passes through this city. The city is named after Manuel L. Quezon, who then was the president of the Philippines.
As it served as a capital, there are many government offices located ... More here. Two world class universities namely the Ateneo de Manila University and also the University of the Philippines are located inside this city. The majority of the population here is Roman Catholic and this is explained by the number of churches in this city. Another notable feature here is the distribution of government units called as barangays. This city is divided into 142 barangays and this allows the proper execution of administration.
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