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Centennial Clock, Manila

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  • This review is quite late. The Centennial Clock is a tribute to the Filipino Freemasons, a movement that had existed during the time of our national hero. 
  • City clock is located in the Park of Rizal′ and Manila Bay (Quay) at the border of the districts of Ermita and Malate. By themselves, not pompous and even rigorous and original, relevant to the style of "Free Masons". Walking in the Park and (or) along the promenade, you can view them. Maybe someone will remember the history of Freemasonry. Next right from the seafront fishing fishermen and ships and boats can be seen opposite the city's skyscrapers
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  • Monument to the clock on the waterfront. There is a Memorial. As everywhere on the waterfront is the mass of homeless people around. On the fan.
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