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A first look at the magnificent restoration of the National Museum of Natural History during its inauguration, ahead of its grand opening later this year.

National Museum of Natural History in the Philippines White Aesthetic, National Museum, Natural History, Museums, Philippines, Aesthetics, Places, Nature, Pictures

National Museum of Natural History in the Philippines | White Aesthetic

Paco Park (originally named as Cementerio General de Dilao) is a recreational garden and was once Manila’s municipal cemetery built by the Dominicans during the Spanish colonial period. It is located on General Luna Street and at the east end of Padre Faura Street in Paco, Manila, Philippines. Manila Philippines, Spanish Colonial, Museums, Period, Sidewalk, Street, Building, Cemetery, Parents

Paco Park (originally named as Cementerio General de Dilao) is a recreational garden and was once Manila’s municipal cemetery built by the Dominicans during the Spanish colonial period. It is located on General Luna Street and at the east end of Padre Faura Street in Paco, Manila, Philippines.

 Pancratius Chapel, Paco Park and Cemetery For several years, I lived in Manila, mostly in Paco and Sta. Manila, Cemetery, Museums, Barcelona Cathedral, First Time, Philippines, Earth, Architecture, Building

Manila | Paco Park and Cemetery: A First Time Visit

St. Pancratius Chapel, Paco Park and Cemetery For several years, I lived in Manila, mostly in Paco and Sta. Ana area. But in those yea...

First Burial Place of Jose Rizal, Paco Cemetery, Manila Jose Rizal, Manila, Cemetery, Museums, Philippines, Spanish, Earth, Places, Outdoor Decor

First Burial Place of Jose Rizal, Paco Cemetery, Manila

I have come to admire "The Great Malay," Dr. Jose P. Rizal, the Philippines' greatest national hero. I have been slowly reading his works; I have read one print biography and one online, and several biographical articles; and I have walked the route from his place of incarceration to his place of execution, where the Spanish authorities--on charges of insurrection--took his life on the morning of December 30, 1896. In the picture above, the effigy stands in the space where Dr. Rizal was…

Soul searching in Antipolo: Pinto Art Museum getaway – Juliet's artverse Soul Searching, Art Museum, More Fun, Philippines, Sculptures, Art Gallery, Manila, Museums, Drawings

Soul searching in Antipolo: Pinto Art Museum getaway – Juliet's artverse

Pinto Art Museum is a must-visit if you're feeling a little down, wanting to appreciate art for a while. It's worth your time, I promise!

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2016 June: Philippines: Antipolo: Pinto Art Museum

This place was visited by Ces and Daphne weeks ago and decided to might as well visit the place. Too bad that when we have visited the place, they had a power outage, no lights on the paintings and fans were not working. Refrain from visiting during the mid-day since there were only few shaded area. Bring a cap or a hat if you want to stay cool headed. "Pinto", as it's name, is a gateway to arts and culture of us Filipinos! Although the building architecture looks like Greece (or what we…