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These Water Towers Are Older Than You Think

These Water Towers Are Older Than You Think
If you've lived in Metro Manila for most of your life, you're likely to have found yourself sitting in traffic in Quezon City. And if you're a QC resident, it's even likelier that you've found yourself on Bonny Serrano, looking up at some very old-looking water towers. The two water towers on the corner of Col. Bonny Serrano and 15th Avenue may have become overshadowed by the many buildings that have begun crowding the area, but the concrete towers remain, and while you might have wondered why they're still there, you probably never considered they'd have historical value. The massive concrete structures have been there since Serrano was still known as Santolan, since the area was called Camp Murphy—and in fact, all the way back to the American occupation in the 1930s.Read more: us: ://