If Intramuros is Manila's most important attraction, then Manila Cathedral is the most worthwhile place to visit in Intramuros. The cathedral with a totally European architectural style has a very beautiful appearance and occasional carriages passing through the doorway. The magnificent feeling is self-evident. Stepping into it, a feeling of the Holy Spirit immediately arrives, holy and beautiful, pious people are bowing their heads to meditate, and stained glass makes the sunshine sprinkled in more colorful. After taking pictures and finding a row of vacancies, just like the followers, sitting for a while, the mood will gradually quiet down with the Manila Church, which was first built in the Philippines during Spanish rule in 1581. In the years that followed, churches were constantly destroyed and rebuilt by typhoons, earthquakes, and the flames of war. The church is now the sixth time that it has been built. It was designed by architects Fernando Ocampo and Archbishop Rufino J Santos in the second half of the 1950s, drawing on the stone carvings and rose-shaped windows of the old church.