This customs building in Manila has a history of nearly 190 years. It has experienced many disasters. It was damaged by an earthquake at first, then hit by Japanese and American artillery fire due to fighting, and later there was a fire. Once the central bank of the Philippines, it is now a place where tourists come and walk.
If you have the opportunity to come to Manila, it’s better to take a good look at the unique scenery here, it’s really beautiful
Very beautiful place, the view is very good, I like the atmosphere.
Customs House This time, my boyfriend and I came to check in [Aduana]. We came to 【Aduana】 during the holiday. We have selected a location online for a long time. Finally decided to come here. We arrived here the night before. The first thing we looked for was the hotel we booked. The original plan was to put down the luggage after arriving at the hotel and go out for a stroll, but it happened to happen. The clothes got wet, so I went back to wash and didn't choose to go out. The next morning, after we had breakfast, we came to 【Aduana】. It has a [long history]. It was destroyed because of [war]. But now the government has almost repaired it. This building is very [large]. And it is very [high]. Its [architectural style] is in line with the country at that time. It looks magnificent. It's breathtaking. When we arrived here, we saw this place, and many tourists took pictures. There are also tourists who are reminiscing about it. I lament that war is not good, and it is easy to destroy everything. Hope the world will always be peaceful. [Precautions]: The weather is relatively hot, please take [sun protection measures] and [heatstroke prevention measures]. [Address]: [Muralla street|Intramuros,Manila, Luzon,Philippines]
Among the attractions of Intramuros is the Aduana or Intendencia building, another remnant of the history of the Philippines, a construction of the Spanish colonial era in the country. Neoclassical in style, the building dates from the 19th century and was intended to be a meeting point for merchants. It suffered damage from earthquakes and bombings in World War II. In 1997 it was said that it was going to be restored and that it was going to house an archive; however, it can still be seen in quite poor condition.