Wednesday, 11 April 2018

San Agustin Church, Manila

Pretty. San Agustin Church, in the historic Intramuros section of Manila, is one of the finest examples of Roman Catholic Spanish colonial architecture of that period. It was constructed in 1607 and is still open today, complete with an extensive museum.

Impressive facade.

Impressive interior.

Compound details.

In the museum, emotional icons.

More museum items, a Last Supper with real bread and Jesus in a box.

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