Imelda Marcos' infamous shoes are gone (the 1500 pairs have been moved to the Marikina Shoe Museum ) but there is still ... More
Museo ng Malacañang
Imelda Marcos' infamous shoes are gone (the 1500 pairs have been moved to the Marikina Shoe Museum ) but there is still plenty to interest the visitor at this museum. Housed in the Kalayaan Building an annex of the palace proper the museum displays memorabilia related to the country's past 13 presidents from Emilio Aguinaldo to Joseph Estrada along with a collection of photos of old Manila and what is perhaps the musuem's main attraction:an 1898 painting by Filipino master Juan Luna.
One of Manila's most famous churches, Quiapo Church gets very crowded every Friday when thousands of devotees come to light
a candle in supplication to the Black Nazarene, a life size image of Christ believed to be miraculous. Around ...
Formerly a barracks for Spanish artillery soldiers, this building was where Dr. Jose Rizal, the Philippines' National Hero, was imprisoned
prior to his execution on December 30, 1896. It was here that Rizal wrote his deeply moving Mi Ultimo ...
This part of Binondo has been a Chinese enclave for centuries. Start your tour at Binondo Church , and from
there head for the area bordered by Ongpin, Quentin Paredes and Gandara Streets. This area holds mooncakes and sweetmeats, ...
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