A city in the Philippines is called Angeles. Period structures can be seen all across the Santo Rosario District, including the colonial Holy Rosary Church, which was constructed in the late 19th century. The Museo Ning Angeles highlights local history in a structure from the 1920s that has been renovated. City landmarks include the ornate Pamintuan Mansion from the 1890s and the 1824-built Founders' Residence made of stone. Mount Pinatubo, an active volcano, is located west of the city.
Angeles, formally known as the City of Angeles (Kapampangan: Lakanbalen ning Angeles; Tagalog: Lungsod ng Angeles), is a politically independent first-class city located in the province of Pampanga. It is situated in the Philippine province of Central Luzon. It has 411,634 residents, according to the 2015 census.
MoneySense magazine's ranking of the "Best Places to Live in the Philippines" in its issue from March–April 2008 placed Angeles 15th overall.
In honor of its patron saints, las Santos Angeles Custodios (Holy Guardian Angels), and the name of its founder, Don Angel Pantaleón de Miranda, the name Angeles is derived from the Spanish El Pueblo de las Angeles ("The Town of the Angels").
The Antipulu tree is noted for its height, longevity, and dignity in look, so the golden leaf was intentionally modeled after one of those leaves. Based on these qualities, the golden Antipulu leaf represents greatness, longevity, and honor, which will characterize the start of future progress and development of the city of Angeles as a local community, sensitive to the ideals of our great heroes and to the aspirations of our nation to greatness self-determination. This golden Antipulu leaf also symbolizes a fresh set of leaders who will lead a town down a prosperous path. The leadership's noble desire and purity of intention are denoted by the white background.