San Agustin Church
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Experience history - this museum and courtyard gardens is one of the oldest stone churches in the country, having survived 2 fires and 7 earthquakes.
About San Agustin Church This museum and courtyard gardens is one of the oldest stone churches in the country, having survived 2 fires and 7 earthquakes. LOCATION Gen Luna & Real Sts | Intramuros, Manila, Luzon 1002, Philippines CONTACT-63 2 524 7141
This museum and courtyard gardens is one of the oldest stone churches in the country, having survived 2 fires and 7 earthquakes.
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“One of the iconic and miraculous church in Manila that stood the test of time.”
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