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San Agustin Church
#1 of 66 Sights & Landmarks in Manila
San Agustin Church and Museum are few among the landmarks that tell us the glorious past of once the most fabulous city in the world.For people who are devout Catholics and photo buffs who wish to take pictures of...
This magnificent stone church was built in1606 and the interior of this UNESCO World Heritage Site is stunning, especially the baroque altar.
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University of Santo Tomas
#2 of 66 Sights & Landmarks in Manila
Must visit sites: 4 landmarks of UST.
The campus is beautiful, with multiple historical sites.
Manila Cathedral
#3 of 66 Sights & Landmarks in Manila
You can start here and just cross over the street towards Fort Santiago, then moving two blocks down (back of Cathedral) is the World Heritage site, San Agustin Church.
It is the most magnificent Cathedral in Manila, located close to the Santiago Fort, another landmark of Manila.
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Binondo Church
#4 of 66 Sights & Landmarks in Manila
This church has and always been a landmark to the "Chinatown" district of Metro Manila.
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Casa Manila
#5 of 66 Sights & Landmarks in Manila
This is one of the site around Intramurous which you need to visit.
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Fort Santiago
#6 of 66 Sights & Landmarks in Manila
If you love history, are a history buff in any way, or just enjoy beautiful old architecture/colonial buildings with a really good view of the river going towards Manila bay then Fort Santiago is a must see while...
Bordered by the entrance of the Pasig river, the fort made of lava rock and surrounded by a moat, is great site for appreciating the Spanish colonial era.
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Intramuros
#7 of 66 Sights & Landmarks in Manila
The following sites and historical buildings are worth seeing: Fort Santiago, Manila Cathedral, Rizal Monument, San Agustin Church, Plaza de Armas, Casa Manila and Rizal Park (also knows as Luneta park).
Packed with historic sites and a real change to the usual hustle and bustle of Metro Manila, this oldest district of Manila is a great place to start discovering the city.
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Quiapo Church
#8 of 66 Sights & Landmarks in Manila
Just being inside the church or even just a view, you will immediately feel blessed.
A Famous Landmark of a Famous City
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Malate Church
#9 of 66 Sights & Landmarks in Manila
This church is located near roxas boulevard, so after the mass you can go to the beach front and gaze on the majestic view of the sea. the church also have a very old style design so its a great spot for selfies a...
The church is centrally located and fronting Manila Bay which offers great views.
Monastery of Saint Agustin
#10 of 66 Sights & Landmarks in Manila
It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1993, under the title Baroque churches of the Philippines.
This church has been registered with UNESCO as a World Heritage site with good reason.
Paco Park
#11 of 66 Sights & Landmarks in Manila
This is an amazing wee park in a walled compound so relaxing after the hussel and bussel of Manila The original grave site of Rizal You can walk on the path of the walled area and look at the outside and observe p...
Great view, a nice piece of history.
Divisoria Market
#12 of 66 Sights & Landmarks in Manila
And it's a good place to see the different types of people, hear their conversations, understand them and view things from their perspective.
San Sebastian Church
#13 of 66 Sights & Landmarks in Manila
National Historical Institute states that, The Church of San Sebastian is a declared National Historical Landmark per Presidential Decree No. 260.
It gives a whole new perspective on the church as a heritage site other than its function as a place of worship.
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Chinese Cemetery
#14 of 66 Sights & Landmarks in Manila
Sights and landmarks within the cemetery reflects the history of Manila from the Spanish period.
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Memorare Manila Monument
#15 of 66 Sights & Landmarks in Manila
A panel on the right hand shows "SOME OF THE MANY SITES OF MASSACRES COMMITTED BY THE IMPERIAL JAPANESE ARMED FORCES IN MANILA IN FEBRUARY 1945."
Cultural Center of the Philippines
#16 of 66 Sights & Landmarks in Manila
Philippine Landmark
The view is much better when they turn on the lights and fountain at night.
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Binondo
#17 of 66 Sights & Landmarks in Manila
Take a slow walk around, and be mesmerized and intrigued by the sights and sounds you see at Binondo.
Binondo is the landmark where Catholic Filipinos met the business-minded Chinese since the 1700's -- or even much earlier.
Greenbelt Chapel Makati 5.3 km away
#1 of 17 Sights & Landmarks in Makati
Nestled in an accessible part of Greenbelt across Landmark Department Store is an open air dome shaped Roman Catholic Church.
This is a very nice and relaxing place to thank God for this beautiful view.
Baluarte de San Diego
#18 of 66 Sights & Landmarks in Manila
From this hidden away corner of Intramuros you can visit the charming garden and access a great section of the old city walls with the best views out on the Manila skyline.
Nice place to visit the old city of manila in Spanish time.. Nice views of golf club.. Intramurus,nice private garden, very cheap to entry 100php
Santa Cruz Church
#19 of 66 Sights & Landmarks in Manila
With the precedence of the Shrine of the Black Nazarene, also known as Quiapo Church, some of the less known but equally outstanding sites of Catholic worship, stand silently beside and behind.
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Chinatown
#20 of 66 Sights & Landmarks in Manila
there are so many sites to see and the restaurants are all excellent.
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Santuario de San Antonio
#21 of 66 Sights & Landmarks in Manila
Malate District
#22 of 66 Sights & Landmarks in Manila
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Santa Ana Church
#23 of 66 Sights & Landmarks in Manila
One of the best well kept historic site outside Intramuros.
Manila Central Post Office
#24 of 66 Sights & Landmarks in Manila
Museum of Contemporary Art and Design (MCAD), Manila
#25 of 66 Sights & Landmarks in Manila
The Golden Mosque
#26 of 66 Sights & Landmarks in Manila
Rizal Monument
#27 of 66 Sights & Landmarks in Manila
The monument is one of the many sights to be visited whilst in Manila.
there are guards stationed at the monument so you can't walk all the way up to it but still get a great view of it.
Palacio del Gobernador
#28 of 66 Sights & Landmarks in Manila
Malacanang Palace
#29 of 66 Sights & Landmarks in Manila