Old Manila

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THE CASA BIZANTINA Location: Bagac, Bataan Philippines Wayback 1890 *Casa Bizantina Also known The Don Lorenzo Del Rosario House *It was the first home of the University of Manila in 1914 *It was designed by a Catalan Architect Joan Josep Hervas y Arizmendi in 189O *Casa Bizantina Is a heritage house Museum originally located at San Necolas, Binondo Manila *It was transferred and Reconstructed in 2009 at Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar in Bagac Bataan Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Philippines Travel, Philippine Architecture, Filipino Architecture, Philippine Houses, Filipino Culture, Bataan, Spanish House

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THE BONIFACIO MONUMENT  *Bonifacio Monument which was sculpted by Guillermo Tolentino in 1993, rises to a height of 45 feet pylon topped by the winged figure of victory  *The Monument is one of the most beautiful works of art in the Philippines  *The Monument has 23 figures, including Emilio jacinto and three martyred priests the GOMBURZA Location: Grace park, Caloocan City Philippines Wayback 193O's Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Filipino Architecture, Filipino Fashion, Grace Park, Filipino Culture, Hugot, Lugares, Places

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Manila's busiest intersection C. Recto Avenue corner Quezon Boulevard and Evangelista Street, Quiapo, Manila. Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Philippines Travel, Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Philippine Architecture, Filipino Culture, Thing 1, Pinoy

Manila's busiest intersection

Manila's busiest intersection C.M. Recto Avenue corner Quezon Boulevard and Evangelista Street, Quiapo, Manila.

This is Ehague St. in Quiapo , Manila under the Quezon Bridge, on the rightside is the Quinta Market. Under that bridge, they sell handicrafts items for souvenirs. That road leads you to Malacanang Palace. Filipino Culture, Philippines Culture, Filipiniana, Cool Photos, Interesting Photos, Creative Portfolio, Vintage Vibes, Pinoy, Manila

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Dito, Noon: Commonwealth Foods Building x -- The Commonwealth Foods Building with its distinct vertical lines, located at the intersection of Chino Roces and Gil Puyat Avenues, has been a fixture in the Makati urban-scape since the Philippine Architecture, Filipino Architecture, Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Makati City, Interesting Buildings, Pinoy, Scenery, Old Things

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Dito, Noon: Recto Underpass, Manila, 1969 x -- The Recto Underpass was contructed at the corner of CM Recto Boulevard and Quezon Avenue. It is notorious for floods in the rainy season. Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Filipino Culture, Filipiniana, Rainy Season, New Theme, Pinoy, Autocad, Historian

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The Manila City Hall, transferring from the Ayuntamiento, this building was built in 1904 under Mayor Arsenio Cruz Herrera. In 1939 it would be demolished to give way to the larger and stately building we see today. via Nostalgia de Filipinas Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Filipiniana, Historical Architecture, Historical Pictures, Pinoy, Vintage Pictures, Filipino, Beautiful Places

The Manila City Hall, transferring from the Ayuntamiento, this building was built in 1904 under Mayor Arsenio Cruz Herrera. In 1939 it would be demolished to give way to the larger and stately building we see today. via Nostalgia de Filipinas

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A look back through pictures of Manila the way it used to be Philippine Architecture, Filipino Architecture, Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Town Country Haus, Quezon City, Famous Landmarks, Old Buildings, Pinoy

PHOTOS: 25 Famous Landmarks From Old Manila

A look back through pictures of Manila the way it used to be