I was only looking forward to seeing the most gorgeous church in Manila, but upon arrival, I found that the museum itself is very attractive. It is suitable to spend an hour or two in the hot weather and enjoy the historical charm of Manila~ I found it by borrowing the toilet next to the church. , Is a beautiful place suitable for taking pictures. But unfortunately, we didn't rent a guided tour, so we didn't understand it at all. We only saw that it was a country with a religious history.
This is a museum of the oldest,and still working, Catholic Church and convent. It gives a lot of history of the priests who came to the Philippines. Lots of art as well.
Feeling the fierce collision of history There is one item in the summer homework of this school that we can feel the history well, maybe because history is the worst subject we have learned. The school hopes that we can go to a place where we can directly experience history. In my opinion, there is nothing more than a museum. So, my friend and I came to the San Agustin Museum in Manila. Let us experience the rolling waves of history together! Museum not to be missed. When I got off the bus, my friend and I went to the museum. The whole museum looks magnificent. There are carefully maintained green grasses in the entrance, and the corners covered with pebbles are also unique. landscape. After walking into the museum, we saw many precious historical documents and well-preserved precious cultural relics neatly arranged. Each collection is rendered with its own lighting. On top of the collection, there is Jesus tied up. The objects on the cross look vivid! Looking up, there are many exquisite chandeliers above the entire museum, which look very gorgeous. Warm reminder that loud noises are prohibited in the museum! Please watch it quietly and don't touch cultural relics at will!