Caloocan is one of the cities that comprise Metro Manila, the National Capital Region of the Philippines
. Located north to northeast of Manila.Caloocan is divided into two separate areas. Southern Caloocan City lies directly north of the Manila.
The city's most celebrated landmark is the monument to revolutionary Andrés Bonifacio, which stands on a roundabout at the northern terminus of EDSA. The memorial was erected in 1933, and consists of an obelisk with sculptures by National Artist Guillermo Tolentino. The monument marks the very first battle of the Philippine Revolution on 3 August 1896.
Recent renovations have been made on the environs of the monument, including the Bonifacio Circle, its former site, and the Caloocan stretch of EDSA, which is 100 metres away from the landmark. The whole area is known as Monumento.
City hall stands along A. Mabini Avenue in the southern part of the city, across the street from San Roque Parish Cathedral. The old city hall, on the other hand, still stands today in its present location at 9th Avenue. There is also a city hall in the northern part of the city. The city's District Office of the Bureau of Internal Revenue is along EDSA.