Monumento LRT Station is a station on the Manila
LRT (LRT-1). Like all other LRT-1 stations, Monumento terminal is above-ground. The station serves the southern portion of Caloocan
City, and is named after the most famous landmark of Caloocan, the Monumento Circle, which houses the Bonifacio Monument
, a famous monument to Andrés Bonifacio. The name Monumento itself is derived from the Spanish word for monument. Being a former terminal in LRT-1, it is called Monumento Terminal.
Monumento terminal is located on Rizal Avenue in Barangay Grace Park East, Caloocan. It is the third station for trains headed to Baclaran, the eighteenth station for trains headed to North Avenue, and is one of the three LRT stations serving the city of Caloocan, the others being 5th Avenue LRT Station
and the proposed Malvar LRT Station.
Aside from the Monumento Circle, this station is also close to popular malls and shopping centers like Victory Central Mall, which is located near the terminal. Araneta Square Mall, Puregold Monumento and Parco Supermarket also stand nearby. Other points of interest in the area include Our Lady of Grace Shrine, Caloocan City Public Library and Malabon Zoo.