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What are the closest stations to Letre Road?

  • The closest stations to Letre Road are:
    • Samson Road / Buklod Ng Nayon Intersection, Malabon City is 123 meters away, 2 min walk
    • Letre Road, Malabon City is 201 meters away, 3 min walk
    • Circimferential Road 4, Malabon City is 309 meters away, 4 min walk
    • M H Del Pilar, Malabon City is 452 meters away, 7 min walk

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Letre Road, Kalookan City
Letre Road, Kalookan City Paterio Aquino Avenue is the main street in Malabon, northern Metro Manila, Philippines. It is a western extension of Samson Road from Caloocan beginning at the intersection with C-4 Road and terminating at F. Sevilla Boulevard at the Malabon City Hall roundabout. It is named for Paterio Aquino who served as municipal mayor of Malabon from 1946-1951 and 1956-1959. The street is sometimes called Letre Road, named for the old barrio in Malabon through which it passes. The section west of Tonsuya Bridge in barangays San Agustin and Tañong is alternatively named "Rizal Avenue Extension." This six-lane undivided street houses several notable Malabon establishments including the Malabon City Hall, San Bartolome Church, St. James Academy, Our Lady of Lourdes Cemetery, and Pescadores Restaurant. It is included in the list of most flood-prone areas in the metropolis by the Metro Manila Development Authority.
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