Churches in Greater Manila

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Churches in Greater Manila

This is the selection of Churches places in Greater Manila. These Churches places were published by their management teams in a selection of 7150 cities in Greater Manila
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Sta. Cruz Church  (Manila, )
Originally built by the Jesuits for Chinese converts, the present structure was rebuilt in 1957. ...
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Santa Ana Church  (Manila, )
The first mission outside of the walls of Manila. ...
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San Sebastian Church  (Manila, )
Unusual structure with metal walls and ceilings that were manufactured in Belgium. ...
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Saint Joseph Parish Church  (Zapote, Las Pinas, Las Piñas, Zapate, )
Famous for its immense bamboo organ. ...
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San Pedro Bautista Church  (Quezon City, Quezon, )
The bones of San Pedro Bautista are buried here. ...
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Redemptorist Church  (Paranaque River, )
Declared the national shrine of the Mother of Perpetual Help. It is one of the largest churches in the country. ...
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Glenda Ni Frito Church  (Quezon City, Quezon, )
Gothic concept mixed with Moorish influence. Looks like a fairy tale palace. ...
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Binondo Church  (Manila, )
This was founded bathe Dominican Friars in 1596. Only the octagonal bell tower remains of the original structure. ...
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Resurrection of Our Lord Parish Church  (Paranaque River, )
ROLP is a Roman Catholic Parish belonging to the Vicariate of San Antonio de Padua, in the Diocese of Paranaque. ...
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EDSA Shrine  (Quezon City, Quezon, )
EDSA Shrine was built to mark the birthplace of People Power ...
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Walking Tour of Intramuros  (Manila, )
Walking Tour of Intramuros is listed in Museums, Cultural Activities, Monuments, Archaeological parks, Literature, Art galleries, Churches, Sightseeing tours, Educational activities, Animations, Walking paths, Sightseeing, Historical Sites, and Art exhibits. ...
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Intramuros  (Manila, )
Unique in Asia, this was a European-style medieval fortified city that functioned as the seat of government from 1571 to 1898. ...
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Manila Cathedral  (Manila, )
The Manila Cathedral rises majestically over the remains of five predecessors, the first of which was erected in 1581. ...
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