Thursday, May 24, 2007

Photos of Angeles City

Angeles City (Filipino: Lungsod ng Angeles; Kapampangan: Siudad Ning Angeles) is a 1st class highly urbanized city geographically located within the province of Pampanga, Philippines. According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 267,788 people in 56,575 households.

On the north-western part is the Clark Special Economic Zone (CSEZ) (formerly Clark Air Base) and Diosdado Macapagal International Airport in Clark Field.

Being the former home of the biggest American base outside the US mainland, it lies in a threshold of change after being severely affected by the base pull out brought about by the great eruption of Mt. Pinatubo in 1991. It has risen from the ashes by putting itself back to the economic status that it once occupied and dream surpassing feats never before any city or province has ever accomplished

You can see the Transport Interchange : used by Jeepney plying inside Clark and Jeepney plying the Angeles City area, Dau, and Mabalacat.

McDo outlet in between Fields Avenue and B ayanihan Park

Fileds Avenue

Casino Filipino at MacArthur Highway, Balibago

Robinson Mall at MacArthur Highway near Abacan Bridge.

Plaridel Street at downtown Angeles City.

Jenra Mall at Sto Rosario St at downtown Angeles City.

Holy Rosary Church of Angeles City

Downtown Angeles near the Church and Museum ning Angeles

Pamintuan Mansion a national heritage site and the home of Central Bank's Central Luzon Regional Office

Market Area of the city.

Vicinity of Angeles City University

On the left after the Pediestrian Overpass is the AUF Post Studies Building, while on the right is the AUF Medical Center and the Angeles University Foundation main building complex

AUF Integrated School (High School) graduation held at AUF main building.

Pls see also the following web sites about Angeles City where I have some postings.

SM Clark

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