A few of the numerous offerings of this 60-hectare park include playgrounds, restaurants, horse-drawn carriage rides, fountains and an open-air concert hall.
Former Philippine archbishops are buried in a crypt under the altar of this majestic cathedral, whose 1951 completion commemorated the the five versions that came before it.
This museum and public park was built as a stone fortress at the turn of the 17th century and marked the beginning of the walled city's riverside barricades.
The Fort also known as Bonifacio Global City is a mixed use development area with tidy streets, parks, offices, residential skyscrapers, public art displays and various dining, shopping and entertainment venues. The district is named after the main Philippine Army camp in Metro Manila, Fort Andres Bonifacio. Andres Bonifacio is a Philippine revolutionary hero.
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