Fort Santiago main gate, Intramuros, Manila, Philippines c1930s
The gate looks good in this picture, better than it looks today. I wonder if there are any plans to refurbish it? This old original photograph is in my personal collection.
Callao cave chapel
Callao cave chapel The Callao Cave Chapel. The first of the seven chambers converted into a worship place by adding an altar and wooden benches. Light rays filtered through the foliage in the cave ceiling's hole. by Cesar Cambay
The Eight Churches of Intramuros
Well, before the war as everybody says, Intramuros was the spiritual headquarters of the country, with seven religious orders that had their Mother Churches here. 1. Manila Cathedral This is the central church of the city, the Archbishop holds masses here. The Cathedral is also called the basilica minor of the Immaculate Concepcion. The main festival of the church is the Grand Marian Procession which is also attended by the other Orders. Along with the City Government, the Cathedral also…
The Pulpit of San Ignacio Church in Intramuros
A Pre-War photo showing the magnificent wooden pulpit of San Ignacio Church in Intramuros, Manila. The church was a casualty of WWII. Its ruins still stands in Manila.
Back to the future!
Hooked up some of the Finest and neatest Back in time photos!. For all the antique, Vintage appriciators like me. Here’s what ive copped up for some time. alot of resource from the library :)…
History has it that the parish of Paoay church was founded by Augustinian Missionaries in 1593 -- which is why this church is in Paoay, and where its cornerstone was laid only in 1704 -- is called St. Augustine Catholic Church. The church was damaged by an earthquake in 1706 and 1927. Its construction primarily was intended to withstand earthquakes. The huge belltower was used as an observation post for Katipuneros during the revolution in the late 1800s, and was later used by local…
Miagao Church: A UNESCO World Heritage Site
One of the must-see places when you visit Iloilo province in Panay Island is the Santo Tomas de Villanueva Church or most commonly known as the Miagao Church. This church is one of the four Baroque churches in the Philippines inscribe in UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites.
These Are 38 Of The Greatest Churches in the World
If you’re building a temple to God, you’ll want it to look good. You’ll probably want what you’re building to be the...
As it looked before its destruction in WWII. Manila, Philippines Best viewed at its original size. quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/i/image/image-idx?q1=manila;rgn1=s... Manila, it is among the most densely populated towns in the planet, by having numerous parks, testaments, historic landmarks as well as sights spread around the town and its encompassing metropolitan area, Metro Manila.