Constructed in 1969 from the stylized work of Leandro Locsin, this magnificent building stands out among its surroundings in Pasay City, Philippines. The middle features a large theater that seats 1,400 and hosts top notch stage performances by a slew of artists including the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Philippines' own world-renowned Bayanihan Dance Company. A smaller theater is also housed within the center, featuring smaller acts and recitals. For more avant-garde performances, the center also contains a third stage, the Huseng Batute Theater. In addition to the theaters are the center's galleries that feature visual art by many talented artists
Seven years is a long time, as if it was yesterday, but also did not seem to have visited, sigh, alas, unforgettable! ___________
The center mainly displays information about Philippine theatre. There are two theatres, which can perform theatres and show films. On the third floor are libraries and galleries, and on the fourth floor are exhibitions of native Philippine art before Spanish rule. Other facilities include conference rooms, dance floor and so on. It is most suitable for people who are interested in the unique Philippine culture and art.
Located on Rojas Avenue, facing Manila Bay, the Philippine Cultural Center is a modern art center. It mainly introduces the culture and art of the Philippines in different periods, and is a good place to understand the history of the Philippines.
The Philippine Cultural Center is a modern comprehensive building with novel shape. Simply to say, to see the modernization degree of the Philippines, the most distinctive feature of the cultural center is that its exterior walls are inlaid with colorful shells, and at night it looks dazzling and beautiful under the illumination of lights. There is a man-made lake near the cultural center. The fountain water column is over 20 meters high. The Philippine Cultural Center mainly displays information about Philippine theatre. There are two theatres in the center, which can perform theatres and show films. The third floor of the cultural center is a library and an art gallery. The fourth floor Museum has exhibitions of native Philippine art before Spanish rule. In addition, there are conference rooms, dance floor and other facilities. The Philippine Cultural Center is most suitable for people who are interested in the unique Philippine culture and art. So I'm going to visit it in Style. The pictures are beautiful, with all kinds of Bullfighters'Spanish architectural features.
The Philippines is a good place for tourism in Southeast Asia. Besides Vietnam, Singapore and other developed countries, the Philippines is rich in human geography, that is, the public security is not good enough.
The biggest feature of the shape of the cultural center is that its exterior walls are inlaid with colorful shells. At night, under the illumination of the lamp, it looks dazzling and beautiful. The fountain next to the artificial lake has a water column of more than 20 meters.
On the way back to Shizhong City, I found the address that the Philippine Cultural Center found on the Internet, gilpuyat. So I got off early and went to the Philippine Cultural Center. I didn't expect it was far away from the gilpuyat Metro station. I asked about it all the way, and I took the Philippine-specific seven pesos bus, the kind that stops on call. Arrived, free tickets, tourists are not many, to register the name and country, passport, very enthusiastic. The cultural center is very artistic. Even the stairs are very special. Now the center is exhibiting the paintings of young surrealist painters in the Philippines. The paintings are really good. They can take pictures. But when I went there, my cell phone was out of power and I couldn't take pictures. Tomorrow is Saturday. So I went to visit it today. As a scenic spot, it is worth seeing.
Because my friend's home is in Manila, I am recommended to visit here. It's quite spectacular and I know a lot about the history of the Philippines.
This is the place I want to visit most, because one likes the beautiful shell-covered exterior wall under the night, and the other reason is that it is close to the coconut uterus and can have two scenic spots on the same journey. But it was only after confirming the opening time again and again that it was not open on Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays, which was too inconsistent with my schedule. I had to think silently in my heart.
Put down our luggage and we walk straight to the Palace of Coconut Forest. At 2:40 p.m., passing through the Philippine Cultural Center, the flag was flying at half-mast. It was originally because yesterday, August 27, was the Philippine Heroes'Day to commemorate the inauguration of the national hero, Li Sha. When the flag was flying at half-mast, it was a rare opportunity. We immediately filmed this rare scene.