[72] St. Paul University of Quezon City stands at the corner of Aurora Boulevard and Gilmore Avenue, across a row of shops specializing in computer equipment, and a branch of SYKES Asia. 333, which redefined the Caloocan–Quezon City boundary, was signed by President Elpidio Quirino on July 17, 1948, declaring Quezon City to be the national capital, and specifying the city's area to be 156.60 km2 (60 sq mi). Demographics Population by age group . Television companies such as ABS-CBN, RPN, GMA Network, INC TV, UNTV, Net 25, PTV, and IBC all have their headquarters in Quezon City. Population. Barangay North Fairview is considered part of Novaliches. Villa Vienna, a part of Neopolitan estate, is located here. Question: What is the population of Quezon City? In 2002, Quezon City was made an episcopal see for two new Catholic dioceses: Cubao and Novaliches, as the very populous Archdiocese of Manila was carved up and five new dioceses created. It is also a home to call centers like APAC, Telus,[61] and Stellar. There are some industrial facilities especially near the Mindanao Avenue area. The population development of Tandang Sora as well as related information and services (Wikipedia, Google, images). Thus, general Pavia is a great grand-uncle eight times removed to the now reigning Spanish Filipina marchioness of Griñón. Barangay Lagro and Greater Lagro is where the old Jacinto Steel Corporation factory used to stand, now the Redwood Terraces condominium complex of D.M. Ironically, this is also an area of sheer contrasts and a display of the acute economic differences in Metro Manila, with kilometers of shanty houses aligning the avenue on both sides. Formerly a district of Caloocan, Balintawak is the location of the Cry of Pugad Lawin, where the fight for independence against the Spaniards started. The government center in Quezon City was originally planned to be at what is now the location of the Quezon Memorial Circle,[59] but it was then moved further north to where Batasan hills is now. Population Census 2000-05-01 Population Census 2010-05-01 Population Census 2015-08 … President Manuel L. Quezon acted as mayor from October 12 to November 4, 1939, pending the resignation from another position of his intended appointee, Tomas B. Morato. Numerous bars and restaurants have been put up since 2000 along E. Rodriguez Jr. Avenue (C-5). Informatics Santa Mesa, an international computer school that offers higher education programs and short courses is also located along Aurora Boulevard near Araneta Avenue. Balete Drive, between Aurora Boulevard and Eulogio Rodriguez Sr. Avenue, is also the setting for many urban legends. Sergio Osmeña dissolved the Greater Manila Complex, which included the Japanese-created districts of Balintawak and Diliman which had been formed from the prewar Quezon City. City: Quezon City: Population (2015) 8,234: Philippine major island(s) Luzon: Coordinates: 14.6373, 121.0630: Botocan is a barangay in Quezon City. Cubao, south of Diliman is an important commercial area. Iglesia ni Cristo (INC) the second-largest Christian denomination in the country, also has a large number of adherents with their large central temple in the city. Bayani Street often serve as alternate route during traffic along G. Araneta which allows motorist either to traverse Santol Road to exit at Ramon Magsaysay or going straight to exit either going to Balic-Balic, Manila or going to E. Rodriguez or Quezon Avenue and Santa Mesa Heights area near Mabuhay (previously Welcome) Rotonda or even going to Skyway Stage 3 which will extend from Buendia in Makati or SLEx/Skyway Stage 1 up to Balintawak in Quezon City or NLEx in Caloocan but will enter to Aurora Boulevard Entry Ramp, via Kaliraya Toll Barrier and then going to Quezon Avenue Exit Ramp (Northbound) or If going to E. Rodriguez or Aurora Boulevard will enter to Quezon Avenue Entry Ramp, via Kaliraya Toll Barrier and then going to E. Rodriguez Exit Ramp and straight to G. Araneta (Southbound) in the Secton 3 of Skyway Stage 3. The Galas-Santol District of Quezon City is located in its southwest border with the City of Manila. This represented 1.81% of the total population of Quezon City. The SM City Santa Mesa is located in the Galas-Santol District. The Church So Blessed, also a Christian church, is located in Commonwealth Avenue. The Galas Market serve as the main public market in the area. Each district is represented by six City Councilors, six representatives/congressmen, one from each district are elected as members of the National Legislature. Several of the streets in the surrounding area were named in honor of the 22 Boy Scouts who died in a plane crash en route to joining the 11th World Scout Jamboree. Brito and his wife Ana de Herrera donated the Hacienda de San Pedro Macati and the land where the San Pedro Macati Church stands on the encomienda's highest hill, Buenavista, to the Jesuits. The city and the entire metropolitan Manila was placed under community quarantine for one month starting March 15, 2020 due to the 2020 coronavirus pandemic. The population of Quezon in the 2015 census was 1,856,582 people, with a density of 210 inhabitants per square kilometre or 540 inhabitants per square mile. The city government developed a database system in 2015 that contains around 400,000 property units with capability to record payments.[15][16]. Data from 2010 show that over 54% of the total population live in rural areas, with the remaining percentage residing in the country's urban areas. It has the highest number of rabies cases in the NCR brought by dogs and new emerging animal diseases brought by livestock which pose threat to humans through zoonotic infection. Saint Pedro Poveda College sit beside Robinsons Galleria along EDSA. Unknown to locals, the unassuming Villanueva couple housed in their bahay kubo style home priceless Chinese antiques and Filipino paintings, now part of the legendary Roberto Villanueva Collection. North of Diliman lies the Commonwealth area, so named because of Commonwealth Avenue (R-7) (formerly called Don Mariano Marcos Avenue) which runs through its center. This is primarily a residential area home to many subdivisions (residential associations), among these are Ferndale Villas, Don Antonio Royale, Don Antonio Heights, BF Homes QC, Ferndale Homes, Vista Real, Filinvest 1 and 2, New Capitol Estates and others. 2000-2010. [69] The mall opened to the public on September 28, 1990, and was the second SM Supermall to open after the largest SM Supermall in the Philippines at the time, SM City North EDSA. Many educational centers are also within the area such as Colegio De San Lorenzo, St. Patrick School, Canaan Christian School, Maria Montesoori, etc. The city has several major educational institutions. Tricycles give access to more secluded areas, while taxi cabs are available. Its population as determined by the 2015 Census was 24,061. Other colleges include Far Eastern University – FERN College (independent but related to Far Eastern University), Kalayaan College, the Central Colleges of the Philippines, Philippine Rehabilitation Institute, the main branch of the AMA Computer University, and numerous campuses of information technology colleges such as Asia School of Arts & Sciences (ASAS), Informatics International College, and STI College. LUCENA CITY, Quezon, Nov. 23 (PIA) -- The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA-Quezon) recently released the demographic characteristics of the population from the results of the 2015 census of population wherein Quezon province had a total population of 1,856,582 excluding Lucena City. Demographics Population by age group . Quezon City is a premier city with a very large area and population. It also houses the Circulo Verde mixed-use development. Many of which are open-air restaurants and coffee shops reminiscent of Paris boulevards, but with a modern architecture. Other private religious schools include New Era University (Iglesia ni Cristo), Grace Christian College (evangelical Christian), Jubilee Christian Academy (evangelical Christian), Bethel Christian School of Fairview, Inc. & Bethel Christian School of Holy Spirit, Inc. (evangelical Christian) and Trinity University of Asia (Episcopalian). Since a president can, under Philippine law, hold multiple portfolios inferior to his office, Quezon took the position of mayor in a concurrent capacity. At the center of Diliman lies the Quezon Memorial Circle, where the late President Manuel L. Quezon is interred. UPDATE: Testing backlogs are now available. City Population (2015) Image Description 1 Quezon City: 2,936,116 Former capital of the country (1948–1976). The Philippine Coast Guard Auxiliary,[58] 106th Coast Guard Auxiliary Squadron, provides water search and rescue capabilities to disaster response agencies of Quezon City. North from Araneta City along EDSA (C-4) are numerous bus terminals, which serves buses to most places in Luzon, Visayas or Mindanao. Those closer to the University of the Philippines campus such as Teachers Village and U.P. He ruthlessly crushed the rebellion started by José Cuesta of Cavite, a Spanish mestizo ---like Andres Bonifacio y de Castro of Trozo de Magdalena, Tondo, Manila--- who rounded carbineros and natives to fight the Spanish military government subservient to friar influence so unpopular that even many half-Spaniards began to wage arms. Alternative incarnations of Christianity are promoting their version of faith in the Philippines. The most prominent educational institutions located in the area are Siena College of Quezon City, Angelicum College, and PMI Colleges, while Fisher Mall is the largest commercial establishment. Near the entrance of this sacred parcel, past the gargantuan trees, is an epitaph made of piedra china (ballast for the Spanish ships) dedicated to Pedro de Brito, a captain and regidor of Spanish Manila, who made a fortune from the Manila galleon trade. Population Census 1990-05-01 Population Census 2000-05-01 Population Census 2010-05-01 Population Census 2015-08-01; Quezon City: City: 1,669,776: 2,173,831: 2,761,720: 2,936,116: Luzon: Island Group: 33,357,887: 42,822,878: 52,362,999: 57,470,097 The Polytechnic University of the Philippines operates an extension campus in Barangay Commonwealth. The transmitter located inside the Novaliches facility, however, is still used. The city has a population of approximately 3.5 Million. Tandang Sora. The Quezon City Fire District is a division of the Bureau of Fire Protection National Capital Region which provides fire and emergency services to the city. Compound in Bayani Street. [38], Emergency management for the city is administered by the Quezon City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council headed by Mayor Herbert Bautista[40] and Quezon City Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Office[41] headed by its administrator; Dr. Noel Lansang. ANNOUNCEMENT : Statement of Mayor Joy … Military advisers, however, did not anticipate aerial bombardment. Located in the Galas area is the elementary school named after Manuel L. Quezon's wife, Aurora A. Quezon. The transmitter of GMA Network and Barangay LS 97.1 is located near Culiat. The inhabitants are mostly Tagalogs. It is Surrounded by Condominiums, BPO Offices, Schools, Transport Terminals, Residential and Commercial Properties. A number of religious orders have set up convents and seminaries in the city. Currently, it is composed of Barangays San Antonio, Paraiso, Paltok, Mariblo, Masambong, Manresa, Damayan and Del Monte. Both G. Araneta with under the Skyway Stage 3 (As of Section 3) within (for the Entry Ramps such as Aurora Boulevard (Northbound) and Quezon Avenue (Southbound) and for the Exit Ramps such as Quezon Avenue (Northbound) and E. Rodriguez (Southbound)) and Banawe streets boast of the widest selection of stores for automotive related needs in Quezon City, as both areas are mere tricycle ride away from Galas-Santol area. It is estimated to have more than 300,000 dogs and many backyard pig raisers keeping large number of pigs. Just 40 years later, it was designated as a Highly Urbanized City. It was founded by and named after Manuel L. Quezon, the 2nd President of the Philippines, to replace Manila as the national capital. [18] This caused the territorial division of Caloocan into two non-contiguous parts, the South section being the more urbanized part, and the North half being sub-rural. Recently, it has become the hub of information technology as well as its entertainment industry in the Philippines. Heavy fighting occurred near Novaliches, which at that time was in Caloocan, and New Manila which was a strongpoint. This represented 0.28% of the total population of Quezon City. Across Katipunan, the main thoroughfare of the area, are Varsity Hills and Xavierville, both upper class and upper middle-class subdivisions. Found along ADB avenue, the headquarters of the Asian Development Bank is partly located within area of Ugong Norte. [21][15][16] Quezon City became one of Metro Manila's 17 cities and municipalities. Dubbed the City of New Horizons, there are many more reasons why this city is known to be one of the country’s leading residential areas. Near the Circle are many important health centers and institutions. The majority of the population is Roman Catholic, and in 2002, Quezon City was made an episcopal see for two new Catholic dioceses: Cubao and Novaliches, as the very populous Archdiocese of Manila was carved up and five new dioceses created.A number of religious orders have set up convents and seminaries in the city. Discothèques, karaoke joints and comedy bars provide patrons with all-night long recreation. The city was proclaimed as such in 1948, though a significant number of government buildings remained in Manila. The city … Also located in Quezon City is the Quezon Memorial Circle, a national park. Some villages in this portion of Diliman are Teachers Village, U.P. Übersicht: Einwohner. Mary and John of the Episcopal Church, the national offices of the United Church of Christ in the Philippines, the National Council of Churches in the Philippines as well as a number of Protestant seminaries are located in the city. The main road traversing the area is Santol Road which stretch from the Ramon Magsaysay Boulevard near Stop and Shop and V. Mapa in Manila up to the back gate of the Q.I. Socorro is home to Araneta Center and Smart Araneta Coliseum, one of the largest indoor arenas in the world. Philippine Rehabilitation Institute and Capitol Medical Center Colleges are also located here. Amoranto Avenue (Retiro) and A. Bonifacio Avenue. This figure is higher by more than 1.1 million from Manila, the country's second-most populous city. Cellular networking in the Philippines, particularly the metropolitan areas, is increasing rapidly together with the low cost of calls and text messaging. The district is famed as the birthplace of many popular Filipino culinary figures and establishments,[70] especially devoted to the lechon. Aurora Boulevard begins at the Quezon City – Manila border and reaches New Manila upon crossing EDSA. Broadway Avenue, Also Iglesia ni Cristo Central Office, is once Hosted at New Manila in 42. The city was named after former Philippine president Manuel Luis Quezon y Molina. Bagumbayan also covers a sliver of Ortigas Center business district at the southeast corner of EDSA and Ortigas Avenue, where Robinsons Galleria, the EDSA Shrine, and Cyberpod Corinthian are located. PTV, RPN, IBC, and PBS also hold headquarters in Diliman. An elevated Automated Guideway Transit system is currently under construction in UP Diliman. Project 6 (PSGC: 137404084) is a barangay of the 1st legislative district of Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines. Numerous Catholic Schools are also located in Quezon City such as Miriam College, St. Paul University of Quezon City, Siena College of Quezon City, etc. Quezon. La Vista Subdivision, north of Miriam College, is an upscale gated community where some of the country's top politicians own residences, including former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, as well as many of the country's moneyed elite. This is the former location of President Elpidio Quirino's simple retirement house and where he tended his little tumana or vegetable garden, being an Ilocano. Quirino 2‑C is a barangay in Quezon City. On August 23, 1896, the Katipunan, led by its Supremo Andrés Bonifacio, launched the Philippine Revolution against the Spanish Empire at the house of Melchora Aquino in Pugad Lawin (now known as Balintawak). Two elevated light rail systems and one heavy rail system run through Quezon City: Frost collaborated with Juan Arellano, engineer A.D. Williams, and landscape architect and planner Louis Croft to craft a grand master plan for the new capital. Quezon City, the most populous city in the Philippines, is politically subdivided into 142 barangays.All of Quezon City's barangays are classified as urban. It is home to many gay bars such as Chicos, Adonis, and Gigolo, which are popular for their lively night-time entertainment. Quezon City is a premier city with a very large area and population. The three branches of government were to be finally and efficiently located in close proximity to each other.[15][16]. Located along these two avenues are numerous fine-dining restaurants and bars. The city has a population of approximately 3.5 Million. Near and even within these subdivisions, and right beside La Vista, are some informal settlements, making the Loyola Heights area a place of mixed socio-economic classes. [23][24] On February 22, 1986, the Quezon City portion of the Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (between Camp Crame and Camp Aguinaldo) became the venue of the bloodless People Power Revolution that overthrew Marcos. It was followed by the City of Manila with 1.78 million and Caloocan City with 1.58 million. The shrine is considered Quezon City's foremost landmark and is depicted in its city seal. The property is now the Fairview Terraces Ayala. [35], Tomas Morato and Timog Avenues are the heart of a restaurant and entertainment row with a wide array of prices, cultures, and flavors while Banawe Avenue is dubbed as the "Autoparts Capital of the Philippines"[36] and home to clusters of authentic Chinese restaurants aside from Binondo. The Quezon City government is targeting to roll out AstraZeneca vaccines by the third quarter of 2021. Meanwhile, the Smart Araneta Coliseum is a venue for concerts as well as sports events. The system has a proposed spur line to connect itself to Line 2 in Katipunan, passing through the University of the Philippines Diliman and Katipunan Avenue. Novaliches today is a center of commerce, owing to five large indoor malls: SM City Fairview, Fairview Terraces, Robinsons Novaliches, SM City Novaliches, and Novaliches Plaza Mall. Barangay in Quezon City. Surrounding the city hall are spacious parks and open areas. This figure is higher by more than 1.1 million from Manila, the country's second-most populous city. It is also the site where the president died of a heart attack. 537, changing the city's boundaries to an area of 153.59 km2 (59 sq mi). The barrios of Baesa, Bagbag, Banlat, Kabuyao, Novaliches Proper, Pasong Putik, Pasong Tamo, Pugad Lawin, San Bartolome, and Talipapa, which belonged to Novaliches and had a combined area of about 8,100 hectares, were taken from Caloocan and ceded to Quezon City. Nearby the Church of La Virgen de la Merced is a huge tree where Andres Bonifacio and Tandang Sora held meetings to fight in the revolution against Spain. The structure is made of block cement and precast cement tubes, and is somewhat reminiscent of the modernist Church of the Gesu within Ateneo de Manila University, though unlike the latter the Novaliches Cathedral is more aligned with Brutalist Architecture design concepts. Cubao is also the home of Cubao Cathedral the seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Cubao. The presence of medical schools has made Quezon City a center of healthcare and medical education. Named after the Tagalog word for the medicinal fern species Stenochlaena palustris,[65][66] Diliman, located at the center of southern Quezon City, is where many government offices, including City Hall, are located. These barangays are grouped into six congressional districts, with each district represented by a congressman in the House of Representatives.As of July 2, 2012, President Benigno S. Aquino III signed into law Republic Act No. Novaliches was named after the Marquis of Novaliches, Manuel Pavía y Lacy, born in Granada, the general who protected Queen Isabella of Spain from her uncle Don Carlos who tried to usurp the Spanish crown, and supporter of her son, King Alfonso, upon the monarchy's restoration. The Salam compound in Barangay Culiat houses one of the area's landmark mosques. Calle Marques de Novaliches, named in his honor, once existed in San Miguel, Manila. [13] Quezon City also serves as home to the University of the Philippines Diliman—the national university—and Ateneo de Manila University. [22] On March 31, 1978, President Marcos ordered the transfer of the remains of President Quezon from Manila North Cemetery to the completed Quezon Memorial Monument within Elliptical Road. The cathedral of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Cubao is located along Lantana Street, near Eulogio Rodriguez, Sr. Avenue. President Quezon allowed the bill to lapse into law without his signature on October 12, 1939, thus establishing Quezon City.[15][16]. The population of the six LDs comprising Quezon City was 2.94 million. Demographics Population by age group. This represented 6.75% of the total population of Quezon City. The parish was founded on September 24, 1856 by Padre Andres Martin, O.S.A. Among the notable other landmarks in the area are the United Doctors Medical Center Hospital and College in Mabuhay Rotonda, the Our Lady of the Sacred School in Plaridel cor. It was a stop over point by revolutionaries for supplies in what was then a sparsely inhabited and densely forested Caloocan. The country has a total of 145 chartered cities.The cities are divided in three ways. The back portion of Geneva Gardens subdivision of the Neopolitan estate is the boundary marker between Barangay Santa Monica and Barangay North Fairview. On one corner of the proposed Diliman Quadrangle was delineated a 25-hectare (62-acre) elliptical site. Quezon City had the largest population among the cities/municipalities in the country. It forms a part of the wider Metropolitan Manila area, which is comprised of 17 cities and municipalities and has an overall population of 12.8 million people. On November 7, 1975, the promulgation of Presidential Decree No. However, in 1941, the area within Wack Wack Golf and Country Club was reverted to Mandaluyong, and Barangka and Jesus de la Peña to Marikina. Notable secondary public schools include the Quezon City Science High School, Commonwealth High School, Ernesto Rondon High School, Don Alejandro Roces Sr. Science-Technology High School, Batasan Hills National High School, the University of the Philippines Integrated School, and Philippine Science High School Main Campus. The trees are so large that they drown out the noise of vehicles from Quirino Highway just outside. Quezon City is not located in, and should not be confused with the province of Quezon, which was also named after the president. Across the Villanueva property and separated by Maligaya Drive was what then the Manila Broadcasting Company estate owned by the senior members of the Elizalde family (junior relatives of the Ynchausti, Valentin Teus, and Yrissary families who owned Ynchausti y Compañía, YCO Paints and Tanduay Distillers) of Hagonoy and San Miguel, Manila, and whose matriarch was Doña Isabel González y Ferrer, viuda de Ynchausti, "Marquesa de Viademonte", another titled Spanish royal. On January 1, 1942, President Quezon issued an executive order from the tunnel of Corregidor designating Jorge Vargas Mayor of Greater Manila, a new political entity comprising, aside from Manila proper, Quezon City, Caloocan, Pasay, San Juan, Mandaluyong, Makati, and Parañaque. Barangay in Quezon City. The number of barangays per district is: District I, 37; District II, 5; District III, 37; District IV, 38; District V, 14; and District VI, 11; Although District II has the fewest barangays, it is the biggest in land area, including the Novaliches Reservoir. Barangays in this area include Batasan Hills, Barangay Commonwealth, Holy Spirit and Old Balara. Quezon City hosts a number of government offices, the most important of which are the Batasang Pambansa Complex (the seat of the House of Representatives, the lower chamber of the Philippine Congress), and the Quezon City Reception House (the current seat of the Vice President of the Philippines). Aside from Agno Extention and La Felonila Street, Salary Street in Barangay Sangandaan and Magsalin Street in Barangay Apolonio Samson was also placed under lockdown. The proposed creation of "Novaliches City"[76] would have resulted in the secession of 15 barangays from Quezon City. Loyola Heights is an upper middle-class and rich residential area that caters to students of the University of the Philippines Diliman, Ateneo de Manila University, and Miriam College, members of the schools' faculty and staff, and their families. Instead of opposing them, the six towns willingly gave land to Quezon City in the belief that it would benefit the country's new capital. Previously included in the 2nd district, it includes the barangays bordering the northern enclave of Caloocan more popularly known as Novaliches. Its population as determined by the 2015 Census was 2,830. [62] Stellar (Stellar Philippines Inc.)[63] recently moved out of its Cubao site and moved to Eastwood City in 2010. There are gigantic balete trees on this property much like the same balete trees in the Don Luis Maria Araneta property in Barrio Tungkung Mangga, San Jose del Monte, Bulacan, past the Las Colinas Verdes luxury development, remnants of the virgin forest that once covered the entire Novaliches / Tala estate area. The biggest concentration of the Jesus Miracle Crusade of Evangelist Wilde E. Almeda is also located in the city. The following are: Skyway is the only elevated expressway passing through Quezon City serves as an expressway connector between North and South Luzon Expresways from Balintawak to Alabang in Muntinlupa. The Quezon City Service Center . This council formulates development plans that seek to solve the problems and improve the conditions in the metropolis. Adjacent to the watershed is the La Mesa Watershed and Eco-Park, Metro Manila's only forest. (This is the same property that the Roxas side of the Zobel de Ayala family inherited and which Joseph McMicking e Ynchausti, married to Mercedes, master-planned to be the Makati skyline we know today). The largest city in Philippines is , with a population of people. The northern half of the city is often called Novaliches and contains the areas of Fairview and Lagro. Quezon City has the largest employable population (aged 20 to 64) in the country. Novaliches is also home to the oldest church of the Diocese of Novaliches and the town itself, the Parish and Shrine of Our Lady of Mercy or the Nuestra Senora de la Merced. Today, it is a commercial hub of little alleys and small businesses dominated by the La Merced Church Church. Imperial Japanese forces occupied Quezon City in 1942 during World War II. It was followed by the City of Manila with 1.78 million and Caloocan City with 1.58 million. Supporting the PNP in administration, rehabilitation and protection of prisoners within the city is the Quezon City Jail and is run by Officers and Enlisted Personnel of the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology. The mayor is the executive head and leads the city's departments in executing the city ordinances and improving public services. Quezon City will host some matches in the 2023 FIBA Basketball World Cup at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. @ Call Center Beat", "Em Esber Blog 1: MRT Line 2 System – The Purple Line", "Non-Timber Forest Products Exchange Programme", "ABS-CBN: The biggest TV Network in the Philippines and in Asia | Showbiz – TV | PinoyExchange", "ABS-CBN's Firsts in the Philippine Broadcasting History (Part 1) " Clarence's Journey on Everyday Lives", "La Loma Lechon, Quezon City. A portion of North Fairview Park subdivision falls within Barangay Greater Lagro as well. 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