St. Augustine Church in Manila, the Philippines in World War II, this is the only preserved church can be seen from 1500 years ago until today all buried here pastor, and some religious objects, even in a room where the window glass shell is doing to Manila must come to feel.
Visited the San Agustin, oldest church in the Philippines. It was completed in the year 1607 and even until now, it was preserved as it is. The church survived many calamitites like earthquakes but it is still standing strong. The church also features a museum showing the history of the church starting from its establishment. The interiors are indeed majestic. The ceiling is filled with paintings. Definitely worth the visit.
San Agustin Church in Manila, The Phillipines. As a fan of building architecture, I am amazed by the detail of this church. The interior of the church is also wonderful. I am very happy to be able to study the architecture of this church. Many people visit this church and I enjoyed my time here. #wintergetaway
The streets of Manila, the capital of the Philippines, are dotted with churches of all sizes, and the Augustinian Church is one of the most impressive. Although its appearance is not particularly grand, the ancient story and the history of the vicissitudes of life, the content is like an art palace, showing a romantic atmosphere everywhere, it is amazing. The
Augustin Church is located in the heart of the Plaza de Espaa and is easily accessible by foot or by horse-drawn carriage. The exterior of the church is not particularly gorgeous, the hall of a masonry building, and the four-story square tower, seemingly unpretentious. However, walking into the interior of the church is quite different from the rustic look. The interior of the church is splendid, with a rounded roof and a pretty exquisite mural, which looks quite impressive.
In addition, when I came to the ancient Augustin church, it was in the afternoon, many people in the church were praying, the pastor prayed in front, and the people stood quietly underneath, silently silently, silently in the mouth, it was extraordinarily solemn.
Entering the church along the corridor, the magnificent crystal lamps, the beautiful glass windows, the paintings of the Virgin on both sides, the cross of Jesus, dazzling and dazzling.
The location of the church is the heart of the city in which the Spanish colonists lived. After more than 400 years of experience here, this great church has survived the earthquake, typhoon, and baptism of war. It has to be said to be a legend of the city.
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.