Pasay Rotonda

I wonder why they call this place Pasay Rotonda. It is the intersection of EDSA and Taft Avenue. There is no circular road in the middle, which is how I understand the term rotonda. But then, everyone calls this place Pasay Rotonda so I titled it as such. Aside from the roads, prominently seen in this picture are the Light Railway Transit (LRT) elevated railway structure with incoming train as well as two hotels Sogo (red building) and Rotonda Hotel. This is the view as seen from the footbridge connecting the LRT station to the pedestrian overpass (that green footbridge going under the LRT railway) on the southbound side.

Posted on August 6, 2011 under Scenery

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