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Casa Manila, Manila

Categories: Historic Sites, Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.1/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web
Get a good look at the lifestyle of Manila's 19th-century aristocracy at Casa Manila. The replica of the original San Nicolas house (1850) was designed during the 1980s by Imelda Marcos. Visit the colonial stone-and-wood building to learn about the history of the residence and the particular era of its origin. Inside, you'll see a whole host of original period objects, including furniture and paintings. Take a break in the central courtyard and soak in the colonial ambiance. To visit Casa Manila on your holiday in Manila, and find out what else Manila has to offer, use our Manila trip itinerary builder.
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  • The House is beautiful. This finely restored and can be visited. It is a 19TH-century colonial and amazing House check as you lived at that time. The bedroom, the bathroom, the kitchen, the dining room impresionare. A shame to not stop taking pictures inside.
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  • Entrance to know karizu Rai. Is a residential home rich at that time. To feel her greatness. In that period only this House flicked to the Museum was quite rich and easy to imagine.
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  • Masuk ke Casa Manila sangat menyenangkan. Dan gratisss.... Di museum ini banyak barang2 unik dan sangat bagus untuk foto2...jika berkunjung ke Intramuros, Casa Manila dan Museum San Agustin its a must...  read more »
  • So beautiful. Cute cafe. Nice restaurant. Well laid out reproduction house and museum that gives a great feel for old colonial times. All set in cute little alleyways and through archways and tiny courtyards.
  • Sleek restaurant on the historical walled city
  • A very nice place
  • Good ambiance at night
  • Eating well
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