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Nice to see the historical side whilst touring. A lot of tourists were here and in the evening their was a dance group outside.
If your into historical and cultural things then would recommend a visit.
San Agustin Church is a Roman Catholic church located inside the historic walled city of Intramuros in Manila built with a Mexican design motif. The medevial church was built in 1571 and for a period of time during WWII served as a concentration camp by...More
We unfortunately came here during the lunch hour and the church and museum were closed. As a result we were only able to enjoy the exterior. The main doors had some extensive wood engravings. Looks like we will need to come back on a future...More
We visited this historic church and were impressed with its beauty. The exhibit that laid out the adventures of the Spanish missionaries is very comprehensive. The religious artifacts collections is equally grand. The church is beautiful. I could go on and on about this church,...More