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Bonifacio High Street
Philippines
It is anchored by a 400-meter long by 40-meter wide “street” with lush greenery, water features, sculptural masterpieces by local artists, and event areas. Twin boulevards of select retail stores are at the ground level and offices are on the 2nd floor.
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Uploaded: 23/06/2011
Updated: 24/06/2011
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