Veinte Reales, Valenzuela City
|Region||National Capital Region|
|Congressional districts||Part of the 1st district of Valenzuela|
| • Barangay
|Pio San Diego Jr.|
| • Barangay
|Jojit Sanchez, Remy Padilla Jay Luces, Vic Felix, Sol Santiago, Erick Francisco and Rodelio Lucero|
|• Total||192.90 km2 (74.48 sq mi)|
|• Density||92/km2 (240/sq mi)|
Veinte Reales is one of the constituent barangays in the city of Valenzuela, Metro Manila in the Philippines. The barangay is home to industrial factories of wire, fishball, packaging and rubber products.
The origin of the name Veinte Reales came from a legend that their ancestors paid "veinte reales" or twenty reales (2.50 pesos) for the land to the Spaniards during the Spanish occupation of the Philippines. Another legend was that there was a magic well that contains delicious water that can quickly heal any sickness. But in order for you to drink it, you must pay Veinte Reales (20 reales).
The barangay has two public educational facilities for elementary - Tugatog Elementary School and Paltok Elementary School.
The barangay is home to industrial factories of wire, fish balls, packaging and rubber products.
Famous landmarks in Veinte Reales include the Valenzuela Memorial Park.
- "Veinte Reales". Tayo na, Valenzuela! Official Website of Valenauela. Retrieved on 2014-12-21.
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