It's the square at the entrance of Manila Cathedral. It's called the square. It's actually quite small. There are vendors selling tofu flowers around. They are sweet. About 5RMB is less than one cup. They are delicious. A good picture of the cathedral can be taken here. There is also a statue of a man who does not know him. Next to it is the Governor's Office. There are many carriages and local guides.
Rome Square is the square in front of Manila Cathedral. It is rectangular and has a statue in the middle. It was completely destroyed during the Manila War at the end of World War II. All the buildings are rebuilt. There are KFC and Supergroup on the north side of the square. You can eat something when you are tired of walking.
There is a very large statue in the center of the Roman Square, near the Manila Cathedral, you can stroll together. I don't know why it is called the Roman Square, because it used to be an arena just like the Roman Colosseum. It doesn't feel like a square. It's a small garden. The park is built with a lot of fun squares. There are not many people. It's surrounded by a commercial area and the buildings beside it have architectural features.
Near Manila Cathedral, you can visit together. I don't know why it's called Rome Square, because it used to be an arena just like Rome Colosseum. PS - "Xiaobian, can you tell me why the picture of Manila Rome Square is a big head of a person? The square itself has nothing to visit, so it's not recommended to come here.
In the middle of the garden, there is a statue of Charles IV (November 11, 1748 - January 20, 1819), king of the Spanish Bourbon Dynasty.
Manila Rome Square is a tall statue near Manila Cathedral. I don't know why it's called Rome Square. Personal feelings have nothing to do with Rome. It feels a bit chaotic around here. There are many hawkers and horse-drawn people waving to tourists. It feels that the public order is not good.
Located in the ancient city of Manila, Rome Square is a square with a long history. It was a very important Square during the Spanish colonial period. There are often important events held here. In the center of the square is a sculpture, like the sculpture of Charles IV.