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View of Taft Avenue, City Hall, and Post Office - Manila, Philippines. Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Philippine Holidays, Uk Visa, Filipino Culture, Mindanao, Thing 1, Historical Architecture, Post Office

Manila, Philippines late 1950s. Post Office in distance, Manila City Hall on the right

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Manila, Philippines, Tranvias de Filipinas, before the electric - philippines holiday Les Philippines, Philippines Culture, Subic Bay, Philippine Holidays, Ancient Greek Architecture, Gothic Architecture, Exotic Beaches, Tropical Beaches, Grand Mosque

Manila, Philippines, Tranvias de Filipinas, before the electric

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Old Quiapo Church like the name of “Manila”, Quiapo was also derived from the name of water plants that can be seen in the surrounding rivers of Quiapo. The area was discovered by a Spanish Governor General way back in August The origina Filipino Architecture, Philippine Architecture, Church Architecture, Black Nazarene, 1920s, Filipino Culture, Manila Philippines, Philippines Culture, Nostalgia

Quiapo Church is a Roman Catholic church located in the District of Quiapo, Manila. The church is one of the most popular churches in the country. It is home to the Black Nazarene, a much venerated statue of Jesus Christ which many people believe has miraculous attributes. The church was painted cream after the original Mexican Baroque edifice was burned down in 1928. It is expanded to its current form in 1984 for accommodation of thousands of devotees. Also known as St. John the Baptist…

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Quiapo, Manila. Circa 1950

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"Monument to Magellan, Manilla, Philippine Islands." ca 1880 Intramuros, Vintage Pictures, Old Photos, Philippines, Islands, Taj Mahal, Spanish, Nostalgia, Old Things

"Monument to Magellan, Manilla, Philippine Islands." ca 1880

GLOBE THEATRE in 1953. located at Quezon Boulevard near the corner of Raon (Gil Puyat St.) and occupying the same block of Life Theatre. The building is still there minus the theatre signage. The theatre is already closed although the inside is still intact with seats and giant screen. The former lobby is converted into shops selling various items and other electronic items. Credit: Cesar Hernando, Mabelle Tenorio. Interesting Photos, Cool Photos, Philippine Architecture, Globe Theatre, Filipiniana, Electronic Items, Makati, Manila, Filipino

GLOBE THEATRE in 1953. located at Quezon Boulevard near the corner of Raon (Gil Puyat St.) and occupying the same block of Life Theatre. The building is still there minus the theatre signage. The theatre is already closed although the inside is still intact with seats and giant screen. The former lobby is converted into shops selling various items and other electronic items. Credit: Cesar Hernando, Mabelle Tenorio.

A view of LIFE Theater along Quezon Boulevard, Quiapo, Manila Location: Manila, Philippines Date Photographed: 1942 Photographer: Carl Mydans Credit: Life Magazine Philippine Holidays, Uk Visa, Time Inc, Sr1, Art Deco Buildings, Manila Philippines, Life Magazine, Pinoy, Cool Photos

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Modern Manila from an elevation of feet meters), National Geographic Magazine, Sept. Historical Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Philippine Architecture, Famous Photos, Post Office, Manila, Old Pictures, National Geographic, Philippines

Modern Manila from an elevation of 3,000 feet (914.4 meters), National Geographic Magazine, Sept. 1930

View in the original large size. There are lots of interesting landmarks visible. I encourage everyone to note on the picture what you see. This 1930 National Geographic is in my personal collection