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Quezon Blvd, Plaza Miranda | Quiapo, Manila, Luzon 1014, Philippines
+63 2 733 4945
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Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

There's a mass every hour everyday. And during Fridays and Sundays, the church is really crowded. A lot of people stand at the sides and at the back so it's really difficult to pass through. Some people stay outside the church during the mass even...More

Thank wiserebel
Reviewed 11 July 2017

Feels blessed but be mindful of your things as others may realize that your things are Gods blessing to them

Thank Jpnpatricio
Reviewed 11 July 2017

This is a place where they house the Black Nazarene. It always starts and ends at the Quiapo Church. It is celebrated every January 9.

Thank jeant309
Reviewed 29 June 2017

Went I went here, there were huge lines of people waiting outside the church. Apparently there is some kind of ceremony or sermon going on. And then I came to realization that this is one of the most important church in Manila. It is conveniently...More

Thank Shahul Hameed S
Reviewed 12 June 2017

With hawkers away from the Church's vicinity, solemnity has returned.. So is cleanliness. Parking may be an issue though. Either commute, or park your vehicle in a mall about a hundred meters away (starting at 10am).

Thank Jimbo0859
Reviewed 11 June 2017 via mobile

If you want to go to a church which never closes, try visiting this church. Although be careful of petty thieves around the area.

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Reviewed 4 June 2017

Apparently one of the most sacred religious sites in The Philippines, and home to the Black Nazarene, a wooden statue of Jesus in black (or burnt) wood depending on which story you believe. It's a bit like the Temple of the Emerald Buddha in Thailand,...More

Thank Graham A
Reviewed 30 May 2017

Take time to browse through this time worn church. Quite an array of statues, and private worshipping areas throughout the building. Styles of decoration vary, and much in need of maintenance. Parishioners always present.

Thank Teresa C
Reviewed 24 May 2017

This church is famous in their "Black Nazarene". The best place also when you want to repent your sins (this sounds so serious) like ... You will walk on knees from the entrance till you reach the front face where the statues are. Although, outside...More

Thank JenVenz
Reviewed 23 May 2017

This church is one of the most popular in Manila having housed the most popular devotion, not only in Metro Manila but in the entire Philippines. Outside the church is a bustling capital of the Philippines with so much activities and noise. However, once you...More

Thank Reynaldo V
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17 April 2017|
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Response from Princeton E | Reviewed this property |
Market is always around Quiapo Church. It's never off. Church Service in Quiapo is everyday and Friday is the busiest.
16 May 2015|
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Response from chris r | Reviewed this property |
Visiting the Quiapo church, no car parking spaces. I go there by taking the LRT-2 line and getting out at the end of line -the Recto station. Walk on Evangelista St. toward south and you will be there in about 850 meters... More
Ervin B
12 March 2015|
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Response from chris r | Reviewed this property |
Take a jeepney the San-miguel district to the Quiapo-Carlos Palanca terminal.Fare: Jan 2016 is about 20 us cents. And take a walk in the west-northwest direction along Quezon Blvd. or Villalobos St. Distance of 800 meters.