|Radial Road 6, Aurora Avenue|
|West end:||President Ramon Magsaysay Boulevard and Gregorio Araneta Avenue
Dona M. Hemady Street
N. Domingo Street
Eulogio Rodriguez Sr. Boulevard
Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA)
J. P. Rizal Street
|East end:||Katipunan Avenue|
Aurora Boulevard (sometimes Aurora Avenue) is a 6–10 lane highway in Quezon City in the Philippines. It was named after Mrs. Aurora Quezon, the wife of President Manuel Luis Quezon. It is one of the major roads in the Araneta Center in Cubao. The Manila Light Rail Purple Line runs over the road.
A road from Katipunan Avenue to EDSA (Epifanio de los Santos Avenue), called Calle Quezon, was built in 1900. The section from EDSA to Gilmore Avenue had been renamed San Juan Road or Highway 55. In 1910 the Boulevard was extended to Infanta, Quezon as the Marikina Infanta Highway. The portion from Gilmore to Dewey Boulevard, named Marikina-Ermita Avenue in 1955, was later reclaimed as Legarda Street, Claro M. Recto Avenue and Ramon Magsaysay Boulevard. The western terminus was extended to Gregorio Araneta Avenue and the highway was renamed Aurora Boulevard in 1963 to honor Aurora Quezon, the wife of President Manuel Quezon.
Shopping malls 
Entertainment centers 
- Smart Araneta Coliseum - Sports and concert venue.
- GMA Broadway Centrum - Television studio of GMA-7 noontime show Eat Bulaga!.
Educational institutions 
- St. Paul University Quezon City
- Philippine School of Business Administration
- National College of Business and Arts (Cubao Campus)
- Central Colleges of the Philippines
- St. Bridget School
- Immaculate Heart of Mary College
See also 
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