Our Lady of Remedies Parish (Malate Catholic Church)
2000 M. H. Del Pilar St, Malate, Manila, 1004 Metro Manila, Philippines
About Our Lady of Remedies Parish (Malate Catholic Church)
Malate Church was first built in 1588 and was dedicated to Nuestra Señora de Los Remedios. The statue of Our Lady of Remedies was brought over from Spain in 1624 and continues to stand at the altar to this day. The church is a Baroque-style church overlooking Plaza Rajah Sulayman and ultimately, the Manila Bay.
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It is a public square in Malate, Manila. It is bounded by Roxas Boulevard to the west, San Andrés Street to the south and Remedios Street to the north. The plaza is considered the center of Malate as it fronts the Malate Church, the main church of the district. It is one of the main hangout place in this area and it attracts so many people to here.
Manila Zoo is located along Adriatico St., corner Quirino St., Manila, the main entrance of the zoo is fronting the Playground for Manila youth. It has a land area of 5.5 hectares and home to numerous species of fascinating animals for more than 50 years. It is a government-run animal theme park under the city of Manila.
An old fortification which was located in the Malate district of the City of Manila built during the Spanish Colonial Period in the Philippines. The Spanish used the "little fortress", Polvorista, to store gunpowder. It was one of the great attractions in this area.
The Metropolitan Museum of Manila is one of the major museums in the Philippines and highlights international and local art. It was established 1976 and aimed at expanding the exposure of Filipinos to the visual arts of foreign cultures.
One of the main and the largest chapel in the Philippines. The chapel was designed in the art deco style by the commissioned architect, Tomas Mapua. Built-in the 1930s and is now one of the main attractions in this area.
In the heart of the City of Manila is a small and old circular park which used to be a municipal cemetery for Spanish aristocrats of the old walled city of Intramuros – the Paco Park and Cemetery. Paco Park and Cemetery were completed and opened to the public in 1822 as a burial ground for victims of Asiatic cholera pandemic that swept across the continent from 1817 to 1824. It later became a resting place of the Spanish high society in late 1800s.
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