It seems ordinary, but for Filipinos, this is a historic building.
Andres Bonifacio’s house was discovered by us accidentally, so we stopped by to take a look. There are many wood carvings inside.
The exterior and the inside look relatively simple.
It is worth slowing down and looking at the place. It retains the architectural style of Manila at the end of the 19th century. Although she is the widow of a revolutionary, she is also an artist herself
I'm not particularly familiar with this person, and I don't know his allusions, so I like it very much.
Andres Bonifacio’s house was discovered by us accidentally, so we stopped by to take a look. The inside is clean and the staff is very helpful.
Andres Bonifacio heard that he was a revolutionary in the Philippine Liberation War. It is well preserved here, and many historic furniture buildings are located.
Preston_Dominguez: A. Bautista, Manila
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Manila Cathedral,San Agustin Church,Fort Santiago,Rizal Park,Manila Ocean Park