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Manila Cathedral

Manila Cathedral

4.4/5529 Reviews
Church
Tuesday-Saturday 8:00-16:30, Sunday 8:00-11:30, closed on Mondays and holidays. Mass time is not allowed for Catholics to enter, mass time: Monday-Friday 7:30, 12:10; Saturday 7:30; Sunday: 7:00, 8:30, 10:00, 11:30, 18 :00. (Local time)
A true merging of traditional Catholic architecture, modern influences and Philippine culture, the Manila Cathedral in Manila, Philippines, offers a melting pot of faith and art. The current cathedral was erected in 1958 in the same spot as once stood the original church, decimated during the Philippine Battle of Liberation in 1945. The cathedral was created by world renown architect Fernando Ocampo, and, though it encapsulates many of the original's qualities, the church also displays many modern influences. Once inside, you discover that the heart of it is quite majestic in it's Philippine nature, making the Manila Cathedral a must see.
San Agustin Church

San Agustin Church

4.5/5271 Reviews
Church
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
9:00-17:00 (Local time)
Founded in 1571, St. Augustine Church is an ancient stone church in the Philippines and is listed as a World Heritage Site as a representative of the Baroque Church. The church is located in the city of the city and is a symbol of the history of the Philippines. The early church was built with bamboo, coconut leaves and mud, and was destroyed by fire. It was rebuilt in 1599 and changed into stone building. The reliefs in the church are meticulously realistic, with precious religious paintings; the stained glass refracts the sun and sets off the nobleness of the church. The choir on the top of the church overlooks the church.
Binondo Church

Binondo Church

4.3/543 Reviews
Church
Quiapo Church

Quiapo Church

4.3/533 Reviews
Church
Officially known as the Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene or the Saint John the Bishop Parish, Quiapo Church is one of Manila's most famous churches. Thousands of believers flock to the church for the novena every Friday to beseech aide from the Black Nazarene - a life-sized image of Christ - who is believed to grant miracles. A village of vendors selling candles, amulets and folk remedies for things like unwanted pregnancies.
Santa Cruz Church

Santa Cruz Church

4.3/519 Reviews
Church
Such a large number of Chinese migrants landed in Manila amid 1608 that the Jesuits chose to erect them their own area church. The Santa Cruz Church served the recently changed over Catholics until the point that it was crushed amid the Second World War. The congregation was remade in 1957.
San Sebastian Church

San Sebastian Church

4.1/531 Reviews
Church
 A grand Cathedral devoted to San Sebastian located in Manila was build in 1921 by a rich and religious patron who donated both the land and money. However, thirty years later the church was destroyed by fire during a Chinese uprising. It was rebuild but destroyed by an earthquake or fire again and a few times after that. In the end in 1891 after loosing four churches over 250 years the church leaders decided to put an end to the destruction and they developed a Cathedral entirely out of pre-fab steel which is the first and only building to be constructed with this material in Asia to this day. More than a century later and the church hasn't experience not even a dent to its structure. The beauty of this church comes alive from its faulted ceilings, glimmering stained-glass and Gothic spires which inspire wedding planners to bring their clients towards to this gorgeous and strong church.
Ermita Church

Ermita Church

4.4/518 Reviews
Church
 A miracle occurred in Manila on the same evening the Spanish colonizers conquered it. On May 19, 1571, the face of the Virgin Mary appeared on a pandan bush, a now-holy shrine located within the Ermita Church. Known as the Archdiocesan Shrine of Nuestra Senora de Guia, it's a mysterious sight for the many visitors of Manila.
Malate Church

Malate Church

4.1/545 Reviews
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St. Joseph Parish

St. Joseph Parish

4.3/521 Reviews
Church
Our Lady of Remedies Church

Our Lady of Remedies Church

4.3/53 Reviews
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