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Malate Church, Manila

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3.9/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web
Malate Church stands as a 16th century Baroque church whose patroness saint is Nuestra Senora de los Remedios (Our Lady of Remedies). A statue of the Lady stands at the altar and looks over the whole church. The statue, only 60 cm (2 ft) tall, arrived in the Phillipines from Spain in 1624, and represents the Virgin Mary as protector of women and children. The ornate design of the facade, madeof stone, shows an interplay between Muslim design and Mexican baroque. Our Manila tourist route planner makes visiting Malate Church and other Manila attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Once inside, near the sea looks sober but was pretty quite a nice Church stained-glass Windows. Than tourist attraction is the local community feeling.
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  • Old dark church with a good following of regular church goers initially run by an Irish priest Very peaceful place 
  • This society is the favorite in the Philippines. This is a great church history and tradition. August rains a lot I think you can experience the strange feeling people were. Recommend
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  • Anyone here who can tell if it's nice to do the simbang Gabi here,because its the only church near in our hotel Thanks po!!!
  • Christopher home where he goes to pray ever now and then. Very dirty and has condoms laying around everywhere
  • A very historical building. Great to see it being restored.
  • very pupular place in manila history of the philippines old church..
  • The church of the columban order
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