Calle Anloague

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Anloague Street is now known as Juan Luna Street. Photography by Dennis Villegas.

Calle Anloague was a busy commercial and residential street in Binondo, Manila during the Spanish and American occupation of the Philippines. The street is now known as Juan Luna, and runs parallel between Rosario street(now Quintin Paredes) and Estero de Binondo. Anloague got its name from the Tagalog word "Anluwagi" meaning a carpenter. In Jose Rizal 's Noli Me Tangere, Kapitan Tiago 's house was located in Anloague.



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