Manila retains many ancient buildings. The mossy churches are ancient in appearance, unique in style, superb in architectural level, and reflect with modern architecture, forming a mixture of East and West, simplicity and prosperity, ancient and modern. The Philippines is the only Christian country in the East, with Christians accounting for more than 90 [%] of the country's population, 85 [%] of which are Catholic. There are many churches in Manila. Each church has its own characteristics of architectural age, which is the silent witness of Manila's history. The city's famous St. Augustine Church, built in 1599, is the oldest Spanish-style Catholic Church in the Philippines and one of the oldest stone buildings in the Philippines. Manila Cathedral is the most important Roman-style Catholic Church in the Philippines. It is located on the west side of Rilil Park. It was built for Notre Dame Maria. It contains Italian, German and Spanish treasures. A large number of bronze products, mosaic crafts and sculptures contributed by well-known artists from Ya and other countries.