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Even if you are not a Catholic/Christian, I would strongly recommend to visit. This building has a remarkably beautiful architecture. Althoug it was built in the 18th century (if I'm not mistaken), it is breathtaking.
The first visit in Intramuros, Manila must be is the San Agustin Church and museum. One can access the San Agustin church through the San Agustin Museum, by paying an entry fee of 200 pesos.
The San Agustin Church was the only building left intact...More
Love is an amazing theme for a museum. As love last eternal, and so with the legacy of the past.
Amazing place to cool down, relax and feel history within our grasp. This museum is a must visit place. There is so much to see...More
My family and I went visited this church last October. As always, I am in awe with historical churches as they can bring you back to the past. The massive door and façade was absolutely beautiful. This is a place where you can take great...More
The San Agustin Church is a beautiful historic place and fully merits an extended visit. It is a Spanish colonial period piece and transmits a feeling of genteel antiquity that many other Manila churches do not.
From Cathedral Church, we hopped on the intramuros e-trike (PHP 25 per pax), to this church.
I am not a fan of church or museum, but San Augustin Church certainly impressed me, is also a museum. It has many displays of art pieces, historical items....More