Filipinos and foreigners alike can view some of the Philippines' historic and cultural treasures in this Museum of the ... More
National Museum of the Philippines
Filipinos and foreigners alike can view some of the Philippines' historic and cultural treasures in this Museum of the Filipino People. Among the many displays here, the galleries devoted to the San Diego galleon merit special mention. Porcelain plates, coins, jewelry, armaments and other artifacts recovered from the sunken battleship present revelatory glimpses of 17th century life. The Story of the Filipino People is another must-see for all visitors.
This is a pocket of peace and quiet in the very heart of Makati's busy Ayala Center . Bordered by
the Ayala Museum on one side and a string of eateries on another, Greenbelt Park draws a mixture of ...
Unique among Manila's landmarks, Paco Park is quite possibly the only one of its kind in the world. A former
cemetery, the construction of which was completed in 1820, it consists of two circular structures containing tiers of niches ...
Contact between China and the Philippines goes back several centuries (or millennia, according to some historians). By the 16th century,
spurred by the flourishing Manila Acapulco Galleon Trade, tens of thousands of Chinese immigrants had settled in Manila. This ...
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