San Sebastian Church
Pasaje del Carmen St, Quiapo, Manila, 1001 Metro Manila, Philippines
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San Sebastian Basilica dates to 1891and is part of a complex that includes a college (1947) and a seminary and courtyard (the 1950s). This was one of the oldest buildings in this area which was also a historically important place. The site was included in the 1998 World Monuments Watch because of structural threats.
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