Eight: For Posterity

For Posterity

Preserved Treasures

I would like to share my own photos of several places where I’ve been to, Some of it was perfectly preserved because of its heritage. Check it out guys!

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Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene

Quezon Blvd, Manila, Metro Manila


PS: You can’t take pictures inside this church 


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Minor Basilica of Saint Lorenzo Ruiz

Plaza L.Ruiz,Binondo 1006,Manila


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Minor Basilica

Sto. Tomas, Intramuros, Manila, 1002 Metro Manila


It was rebuilt 7 times, but recently it was newly renovated



San Agustin Church

General Luna St, Manila, Metro Manila

The Oldest church in the Philippines



Plaza de Roma

Intramuros, Manila

The structure infront was the WTA Studio Bookstop PH Open Library 



Barbara’s Heritage Restaurant

Plaza San Luis, General Luna St, Intramuros, 658 Zone 70, Manila, 1002 Metro Manila

We didn’t have the chance to eat here because of the limited time we have, but most of the people here says that the food was great and its kinda pricey but i think its worth it. Appreciating the past while eating, nostalgic isn’t it?



United Philippine Lines, Inc.

Upl Building, Sta Clara Street, Intramuros, Manila

It was aesthetically pleasing and it wasn’t open or it wasn’t even occupied i guess?



National Museum of the Philippines

Taft Ave, Ermita, Manila, 1000 Metro Manila


Guys! The entrance is free all year round! Visit the museum its a great deal especially to those interested in Arts and History

PS: You can’t take creative shots here. Swear!



Rizal Park

Roxas Blvd Ermita, Barangay 666 Zone 72, Manila, 1000 Metro Manila






Yoki’s Farm

Tabluan Road, Barangay Palocpoc 1, Mendez, Cavite

Visit this place to see old stuffs and to unwind from the hustle bustle of the city proper!



Fuerte de San Pedro

A. Pigafetta Street, Cebu City, 6000

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Lapu-Lapu Shrine

Punta Engaño, LapuLapu City, Cebu, Philippines

I felt at home when i went here, i guess that’s the effect of the warmth and welcoming of Cebuanos i guess?

How ’bout you guys?  What are the things or memories you can share to future generations? Share it with us!

Photos above are all mine

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