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Diocesan Shrine and Parish of Our Lady of the Abandoned

J.P. Rizal, Corner V. Gomez St, Marikina, 1801 Metro Manila, Philippines

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About Diocesan Shrine and Parish of Our Lady of the Abandoned

Also known as OLA Church, this Spanish-era church is located along J. P. Rizal Street in Santa Elena. The church was started by the Augustinians in 1687 and was finished in 1690. On October 21, 1791, the whole parish was consecrated under the Marian title, Nuestra Sra. Delos Desamparados, the second oldest parish in the Philippines after that of Sta.


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Marikina River Park0.43km from Diocesan Shrine and Parish of Our Lady of the Abandoned

The Marikina River Park is a system of parks, trails, open spaces and recreation facilities along an 11-kilometer stretch of the Marikina River in Marikina, eastern Metro Manila, Philippines. It is a popular area for camping, jogging, biking, and other outdoor activities not just for Marikina residents but also for those from nearby cities in Metro Manila.

Jesús dela Peña Chapel0.6km from Diocesan Shrine and Parish of Our Lady of the Abandoned

Jesus dela Pena Chapel is a historic visita in Marikina where the primary Catholic Mass changed into held. Built by means of the Society of Jesus within the yr 1630 with the permission of the reigning Archbishop of Manila, its established order marked the beginning of the recorded history of Marikina, which become once a massive and mountainous vicinity traversed via the Marikina River.

Church of the Gesu2.02km from Diocesan Shrine and Parish of Our Lady of the Abandoned

The Church of the Gesu is the Roman Catholic church of the Ateneo de Manila University campus in Quezon City in the Philippines. The landmark becomes designed via Jose Pedro Recio and Carmelo Casas. The edifice’s huge triangular structure symbolizes the Holy Trinity, as well as the 3-fold challenge and vision of the college.  It was one of the main attraction in this area.

Ateneo Art Gallery2.52km from Diocesan Shrine and Parish of Our Lady of the Abandoned

The first museum of Philippine modern art, the Ateneo Art Gallery was established in 1960 through Fernando Zóbel’s bequest to the Ateneo of his collection of works by key Filipino post-war artists. The galley contains a lot of artifacts and so more.

Balara Filters Park3.54km from Diocesan Shrine and Parish of Our Lady of the Abandoned

The Balara Filters Park is a 60-hectare park located in the Diliman village of Pansol in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines, adjacent to the University of the Philippines Diliman main campus. It is bounded by Katipunan Avenue on the west, Capitol Hills Golf and Country Club on the north, and the upscale, gated village of La Vista along its south and east.

Armed Forces of the Philippines Museum4.29km from Diocesan Shrine and Parish of Our Lady of the Abandoned

This museum portrays the history of the Philippines ' military forces.  Among its collections are infantry guns, rifles, mortars and various war equipment.  There are also dioramas, displays and paintings from different wartimes, and artwork and scale models of uniforms of the various Philippine forces throughout history.

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