When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Touch device users, explore by touch or with swipe gestures.

Historical places

Collection by Jhanna Reese Rama

7 
Pins
Visit Vigan, in Ilocos, Philippines! Known as a World Heritage site, it transverses from modern to beautiful, old Spanish cities. Vigan Philippines, Les Philippines, Philippines Travel, Philippines Destinations, Honeymoon Destinations, Quezon City, Places To Travel, Places To See, Ilocos

Social@TripStory

Welcome to Social@TripStory a page where we'll be sharing our favorite travel tips and experiences with you. From our boards on Pinterest, to who we follow on Twitter, to what we're saying on Facebook, and much, much more. This is where you can see everything we say on social media.Founded by travelers, for people who love to travel. We would love to hear your favorite travel stories. Please share them with us today!

Manila Main Street, Philippines, 1898 or before Filipino Architecture, Philippine Architecture, Colonial Architecture, Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Filipino House, Intramuros, Uk Visa, Mindanao

Manila Main Street, Philippines, 1898 or before

Text under the illustration: This is formed of a curious conglomeration of all shapes and makes of buildings. Some of the stores are modern and up to date, whilst others are the very opposite. I suspect this is the south side of Escolta Street, but not sure. Illustration from the book: Manila and the Philippines 1898 Author: Margherita Arlina Mamm, 1871-1907 Publisher: London, New York, F. T. Neely Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT

 I think that iconic Filipino architecture somehow embodies the history of the nation this is why Fort Santiago is iconic for me. This citadel is a part of the walled city of Manila, Intramuros. Filipino Architecture, Philippine Architecture, Colonial Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Fort Santiago, Jose Rizal, Intramuros, Filipino Culture, Quezon City

Fort Santiago, Philippines

Fort Santiago is a defense fortress built for Spanish conquistador, Miguel Lopez de Legazpi. The fort is part of the structure of the walled city of Intramuros, in Manila, Philippines. The location of the Fort Santiago was once the site of the palace and kingdom of Rajah Suleiman, a Muslim chieftain of pre-Hispanic Manila. The Spaniards destroyed the settlements and erected the Fort Santiago in 1571.The fort is shielded by 22 feet high walls, with a thickness of 8 feet and an entrance…

14 places to visit in the phillipines photo is Mc Arthur Leyte Landing Memorial National Language, Leyte, Visayas, Tagalog, Capital City, Landing, Philippines, To Go, Places To Visit

14 Places to Visit in the Philippines in 2014 - Lakwatsero

It is already half of the first month of the new year and only few weeks before summer but how’s your bucket list for this year going so far? Are you done contemplating which places to see and cross in your travel wishlist? What beach to visit? What waterfalls to trek? Where to have some pinch of adventure? Where to go on a road trip? What new experience to try? Or simply, where to this year?! With plenty of amazing destinations in the Philippines, I...Continue Reading "14 Places to Visit in…

Do you have a trip to the Philippines coming up? If so, visiting the capital city of Manila may be on your itinerary. The city is a melting pot of history, culture and people in the Philippines. Stuff To Do, Things To Do, Thing 1, Historical Monuments, Archipelago, Capital City, Manila, Southeast Asia, Attraction

While Corregidor Island may be a 1.5 hour ferry ride from the city, it is still one of the most notable attractions in and around Manila. Located on Manila Bay, this island offers spectacular views and features a variety of historical monuments and ruins. The Pacific War Memorial and Filipino Heroes Memorial are both located on the island.