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Community Resources

Natalie Jane Fiestada

Community Resources
Utilized by teachers Libraries  National Library of the Philippines
The National Library located in T.M Kalaw as the repository of the printed and recorded cultural heritage of the country and other intellectual literary and information sources provide access to their resources. They envision the full intellectual and cultural development of the Filipino people through the love for reading books and other new forms of literary materials.

 Quezon City Public Library
The QC Public library provide access to all printed cultural, historical, intellectual and literary heritages of the City and the country and other information sources; The public library is a catalyst in planning for community development and in the continuous education of the people. It serves as an impartial, non-partisan and non-sectarian agency of information. Next to school, it is commonly called the People’s University.

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Parks  Rizal Park
Rizal Park (also Luneta Park or colloquially Luneta; Filipino: Liwasang Rizal), is a historical urban park located along Roxas Boulevard, City of Manila, Philippines, adjacent to the old walled city of Intramuros. Since the Spanish Colonial Era, the Park has been a favorite leisure spot, and is frequented on Sundays and national holidays. It is one of the major tourist attractions of the City of Manila.

 Quezon City Memorial Circle
The Quezon Memorial Circle is a national park and a national shrine located in Quezon City, which became the capital of the Philippines from 1948 to 1976. The park is located inside a large traffic circle in the shape of an ellipse and bounded by the Elliptical Road. Its main feature is a tall mausoleum containing the remains of Manuel L. Quezon, the second official President of the Philippines and the first of an internationally recognized…...

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