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Malate Church, Manila

(4/5 based on 160+ 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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  • A walk down Manila bay and a visit to Malate on a safe sunny day is plesant if one is prepared to face the poor conditions of the area. Malate has an interesting history dating back to the Spanish and...  more »
  • Intersting place to visit Please Fasten the Rehabilitation of the church. near to public plaza and restaurant. 
  • From the Remedios circle toward the sea, from the sea along the Highway 1 inland side. Currently under construction a large, covered construction curtain around is almost invisible. In front of the building is art history to a little lit up at night, is even more beautiful. Saturday evening had lots of local people visited the Church.
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  • I associate Malate Catholic Church with my ist 6yrs of teaching there in Malate Catholic School...its there where we held our monthly masses,and the other school events where our students were trained to show proper decorum. I miss the school and i miss this beautiful church of my younger days...
  • Well maintained ang structure and beauty
  • It looks old. First time I heard mass here. Not too crowded on the 12 nn mass. Thanks for having wall fans.
  • I highly recommend that every student taking board and bar exams to include in their list of churches where they should pray over during this time of need.
  • 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!!!