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What are the closest stations to Manila Grand Opera Hotel?

  • The closest stations to Manila Grand Opera Hotel are:
    • Doroteo Jose Lrt is 17 meters away, 1 min walk
    • Valariano Fugoso, Manila is 59 meters away, 1 min walk
    • T. Mapua / Doreteo Jose Intersection, Manila is 93 meters away, 2 min walk
    • Oroquieta, Manila is 112 meters away, 2 min walk
    • T. Mapua / L. De Vega Intersection, Manila is 228 meters away, 3 min walk

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Manila Grand Opera Hotel, Manila
Manila Grand Opera Hotel, Manila The Manila Grand Opera House (Filipino: Marangal na Bahay-Opera ng Maynila, abbreviated MGOH) was a theater and opera house located in the Santa Cruz district of Manila on the intersection of Rizal Avenue and Doroteo Jose Street. First built in the mid-19th century as a circular wooden structure with a nipa roof known as the H.T. Hashim’s National Cycle Track, the complex served as the center of Philippine culture and the primary theater for the viewing of plays, movies and zarzuelas in Manila prior to the construction of the Cultural Center of the Philippines in the 1960s. The complex had undergone several incarnations and name changes before being demolished. A hotel has since been constructed on the site on where the theater once stood.
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