The Centennial Clock is located on a square opposite the famous Rizal Park in Manila. In response to the approaching Christmas, the front of the clock is decorated with the birth of Jesus. It is directly opposite the Rizal Monument and faces the Manila 0 Kilometer in a straight line. Not too towering, especially majestic. Therefore, it is not so obvious if there is no real inspection. There is a fairly large square around. Clean and tidy. But, like most open spaces, there are of course no shadows. Therefore, visiting at noon is not ideal. Because it is very hot.
It is said that this pendulum has been standing here for hundreds of years, and it is fairly well preserved.
This memorial clock is composed of two parts, black and white
The clock is not very big, it is commemorative, and the surrounding environment is also good
Seeing this centennial clock in Manila has a taste of history
Hundreds of years of vicissitudes have been verified by it, and the years are like songs.