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Quiapo Church, Manila

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Religious Site Tourist Spot
Rebuilt after destruction by fire in 1933, Quiapo Church presents a Roman Catholic Latin-rite basilica built in Baroque style with twisted columns. The church’s dome and facade retained their classic design after reconstruction. Upon entering the church, note the prominent white ceiling. During your visit, see the famed Black Nazarene, a life-sized image of Christ carved from ebony and brought to Quiapo in 1767. Supposedly miraculous, it comes out of its shrine for up-close public viewing three times per year: New Year's Day, January 9, and Good Friday. Using our custom trip planner, Manila attractions like Quiapo Church can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • With hawkers away from the Church's vicinity, solemnity has returned.. So is cleanliness. Parking may be an issue though. Either commute, or park your vehicle in a mall about a hundred meters away (st...  more »
  • If you want to go to a church which never closes, try visiting this church. Although be careful of petty thieves around the area.  more »
  • Apparently one of the most sacred religious sites in The Philippines, and home to the Black Nazarene, a wooden statue of Jesus in black (or burnt) wood depending on which story you believe. It's a bit...  more »
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  • Every friday parishioners are visiting the church for a novena to grant their wishes...
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  • Historical however needs to be taken care of by authorities. Vendors are just swarming all over