The Arch of the Centuries (Filipino: Arko ng mga Siglo, Spanish: Arco de los Siglos) is a triumphal arch at the Plaza Intramuros of the University of Santo Tomas (UST) in Manila, in the Philippines that stands meters away from the university's Millennium Gate along España Boulevard.
<p>The <b>Arroceros Forest Park</b> is a riverside park in <a href="/pages/w/111923355491268">Manila</a>, <a href="/pages/w/104081596294838">Philippines</a>, located on Antonio Villegas Street (former Calle Arroceros) in the central district of <a href="/pages/w/649690175051643">Ermita</a>.
baluarte de san diego; designed and built by jesuit priest antonio sedeÑo from 1586 to 1587, it is one of the oldest stone fortifications in intramuros. began as a circular fort called nuestra seÑora de guia. renovated in 1593 to join the walls of the city.
The Baywalk is a seaside promenade overlooking Manila Bay along Roxas Boulevard in the city of Manila, Philippines. The Baywalk is a two-kilometre stretch from the US Embassy and the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) just past the Manila Yacht Club.
See, here's my usual thing: get some lunch, head over to the chinese garden, unpack lunch and eat while sitting on one of the ledges on the side of the covered walkway. There's plenty of plants, isn't too warm and is plenty relaxing. I've always considered it a great place to chill after a long day. But the garden is hardly anything but isolated.
The Coconut Palace, also known as Tahanang Pilipino (lit. Filipino Home), is a government building located in the Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex, in Manila, Philippines. It was the official residence and the principal workplace of the Vice President of the Philippines during the term of Jejomar Binay.
Fort Santiago (Spanish: Fuerte de Santiago; Filipino: Moóg ng Santiago) is a citadel first built by Spanish conquistador, Miguel López de Legazpi for the new established city of Manila in the Philippines. The defense fortress is part of the structures of the walled city of Manila referred to as Intramuros.
Malacañang Palace (officially Malacañan Palace, colloquially "Malacañang"; Filipino: Palasyo ng Malacañang (or Malakanyang), pronounced [paˈlɐ̞ʃo näŋ maläkɐˈɲäŋ]; Spanish: Palacio de Malacañán, pronounced [paˈla.θjo ðe malakaˈɲan]) is the official residence and principal workplace of the President of the Philippines located in the capital city of Manila.
The Our Lady of Remedies Parish, also known as Malate Church (Spanish: Iglesia Parroquial de Malate) is a parish church in the district of Malate in the city of Manila, Philippines. This Baroque-style church is over looking Plaza Rajah Sulayman and ultimately, Manila Bay.
The Minor Basilica and Metropolitan Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception (Filipino: Kalakhang Katedral Basílika ng Maynilà; Spanish: Catedral Basílica Metropolitana de Manila), informally known as Manila Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic basilica located in Manila, Philippines, dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary as Our Lady of the Immaculate ...
In 2010, Manila’s population of 1,652,171 registered a 0.44% of its 2000 population of 1,581,082. Like all cities of the Philippines, Manila is governed by a mayor who heads the executive department of the city. The current mayor is a former President of the Philippines, Joseph Ejercito Estrada.
Manila Ocean Park is the country's first world-class marine theme park and a premiere educational facility. An integrated urban resort with marine life attractions and aqua-themed hotel, the park is geared towards an all-year, all-weather destination for locals and tourists. Everyday is a holiday and an ultimate fun place for all ages.
The Mehan Garden was declared a historical site by the National Historical Institute in 1934. The Garden is the open space off Liwasang Bonifacio (across the Philippine Post Office Main Building), bounded by Taft Avenue, LRT Central Terminal, the Metropolitan Theater, and Manila City Hall.
The Museo Pambata (Children's Museum or Museum for Children) is a children's museum in the Ermita district of Manila, near Rizal Park, in the Philippines. It is located in the former Elks Club Building, built in 1910, along Roxas Boulevard at the corner of South Drive.
The National Museum of Anthropology (Filipino: Pambansang Museo ng Antropolohiya), formerly known as the Museum of the Filipino People (Filipino: Museo ng Lahing Pilipino), is a component museum of the National Museum of the Philippines that houses the anthropology and archaeology divisions.
Ongpin Street has to be one of the most fascinating streets not just in Metro Manila, but the entire Philippines. On one end is the Sta Cruz district and on the other is Binondo. In between are stores that sell just about anything, including some of the most exotic products this side of Asia.
Plaza Rajah Sulayman, also known as Rajah Sulayman Park, is a public square in Malate, Manila. It is bounded by Roxas Boulevard to the west, San Andrés Street to the south and Remedios Street to the north. The plaza is considered the center of Malate as it fronts the Malate Church, the main church of the district.
A re-rendered US military map of the encirclement of Manila from Feb. 3 – 12, 1945. As American forces prepared to head to Manila in January 1945, Field Marshal Douglas MacArthur hoped for the peaceful handover of the city; he had, after all, in December, 1941 proclaimed Manila an Open City and withdrawn USAFFE troops.
The Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene (canonically known as Saint John the Baptist Parish and colloquially known as Quiapo Church; Filipino: Basílika Menor ng Itím na Nazareno; Spanish: Basílica Menor del Nazareno Negro) is a prominent Roman Catholic Latin-rite basilica located in the District of Quiapo in the City of Manila, Philippines.
Rizal Park, also known as Luneta Park, is a historic urban park located in the heart of Manila, the capital city of the Philippines. It’s one of the most significant landmarks in the country that shouldn’t be missed by every local or foreign tourist who are travelling to Metro Manila.
Inside the fortifications of Fort Santiago, see Rizal Shrine, the site of the incarceration and death of Philippine national hero José Rizal, and today a museum offering guided tours. Wax dolls, memorabilia, artifacts, books, manuscripts, and other personal belongings tell the life story of José Rizal, a doctor and the leader of the national movement, who was executed by the Spanish colonial government.
The Basílica Menor de San Sebastián, better known as San Sebastian Church, is a Roman Catholic minor basilica in Manila, Philippines, and the seat of the Parish of San Sebastian. Completed in 1891, San Sebastian Church is noted for its architectural features.
More than just a Mall, the SM Mall of Asia is a tourist destination that has raised the standard of shopping, leisure and entertainment in the Philippines. More than just a Mall, the SM Mall of Asia is a tourist destination that has raised the standard of shopping, leisure and entertainment in the Philippines.