This is one of the most iconic buildings in Manila. You can smell the taste of Western architecture at a glance. This building is facing the Royal City of Spain. It has a Chinese-shaped building exterior. The clock tower in the middle is very eye-catching. There are people guarding the door, and everyone who goes in for errands must open the bag and check it. If you have empty hands, you can really pat the team in.
The City Hall of Manila is also one of the landmarks of Manila, a very representative building, made up of a tall tower and a row of low houses, not very grand and not very grand, located in the center of Manila, surrounded by the oldest city wall in Manila, Still feel the history.
This is the capital, must be tall! Although many people say this is a small country, but when you really come, there is still a place to see! Definitely not in the suburbs than in the city!
This is where you can see the iconic watch tower.
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Manila City Hall is one of the landmark buildings in Manila. The tall hexagonal clock tower is very conspicuous. The overall building has a strong Spanish flavor. It looks beautiful when the lights are on at night. You can enter for free to visit, but you must pass Security check
Very nice, an ancient building. It is still an office of the government.
Preston_Dominguez: Padre Burgos Ave, Ermita, Manila, 1000 Metro Manila
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Manila Cathedral,San Agustin Church,Fort Santiago,Rizal Park,Manila Ocean Park