A true merging of traditional Catholic architecture, modern influences and Philippine culture, the Manila Cathedral in Manila, Philippines, offers a melting pot of faith and art. The current cathedral was erected in 1958 in the same spot as once stood the original church, decimated during the Philippine Battle of Liberation in 1945. The cathedral was created by world renown architect Fernando Ocampo, and, though it encapsulates many of the original's qualities, the church also displays many modern influences. Once inside, you discover that the heart of it is quite majestic in it's Philippine nature, making the Manila Cathedral a must see.
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The Minor Basilica and Metropolitan Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, also known as the Manila Cathedral, is the cathedral of Manila and basilica located in Intramuros, the historic walled city within today's modern city of Manila, Philippines. It is dedicated to the Immaculate Conception, a title for the Blessed Virgin Mary, the principal patroness of the country. The cathedral serves as the episcopal seat of the Archbishop of Manila.
The Mother of all Churches, Cathedrals and Basilicas of the Philippines. The Manila Cathedral-Basilica is the Premier Church of the Philippines because of all the Churches in the archipelago, it was the one chosen to become the Cathedral in 1581 when the Philippines was separated from the Archdiocese of Mexico and became a new diocese with its episcopal seat in Manila.
Manila is the capital city and largest port of the Philippines and a city with a long history. Based on the Indian civilization, Chinese civilization and the ancient civilization of Central Asia, it integrates the Spanish and American Western civilizations to form a culture of East and West. Located on the east coast of Manila Bay, Luzon Island, the largest island in the Philippines, also known as "Little Luzon", on the edge of Manila Bay, a natural and excellent harbor. Today's Manila is a city with a clean and tidy tropical garden. It is also an international business. When you come to Manila, what attractions in the city are you sure to visit?
The Minor Basilica and Metropolitan Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception is located in the flourishing Intramuros district of Manilla, and is also called the Manilla Cathedral. The earliest church was established in 1581, and thereafter due to antiphons, earthquakes, and fires from war, it was destroyed numerous times, and reconstructed numerous times. The cathedral that we see now is the result of 6 reconstructions.
Manila, the capital of the Philippines and the largest city, is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world and one of the most diverse cities in the world. It is known as New York in Asia
Manila is a city with a long history. Based on the Indian civilization, Chinese civilization and the ancient civilization of Central Asia, it integrates the Western civilizations of Spain and the United States to form a culture of East and West.
Manila has preserved many ancient buildings. The ancient churches covered with moss are old in appearance, chic in style, high in architectural level, and complement each other with modern architecture, forming an oriental and western, rustic and prosperous, ancient and modern mixture. . The Philippines is the only Christian country in the East. Christians account for more than 90% of the country's population, and 85% of them believe in Catholicism. There are many churches in Manila, and each church has its own architectural age and is a silent testimony to the history of Manila. The famous Sanctuary in the city. Built in 1599, the Augustinian Church is the oldest Spanish-style Catholic church in the Philippines and one of the oldest stone buildings in the Philippines. The Manila Cathedral is the most important Roman Catholic church in the Philippines. It is located on the west side of the Lilier Park. The church was built for the Virgin Mary, which houses a large collection of bronzes, inlaid crafts and sculptures by famous artists from Italy, Germany and Spain.
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