Manila Images

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Manila, Phillipines
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The Laguna Copperplate Inscription is the oldest historical record in the Philippines. It has the first historical reference to Tondo and dates back to Saka 822 (c. 900). (Source)
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Rajah Sulayman (Source)
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The newly rebuilt Manila Cathedral in 1880 before the earthquake of July 20, 1880, which knocked down the over-a-century old bell tower. (Source)
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Tram running along Manila during the American period. (Source)
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The Burnham Plan of Manila. (Source)
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The destruction brought about by the Battle of Manila in 1945 (Source)
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Rizal Avenue in the 1970s before the construction of LRT Line 1 (Source)
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The 119th commemoration of Rizal Day at the Rizal Park with the controversial Torre de Manila in the background. (Source)
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The iconic Manila Bay sunset (Source)
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ISS photo of Manila (just left of center) and surrounding cities (Source)
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Pollution in Manila Bay (Source)
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The Luneta Hotel, an example of French Renaissance architecture with Filipino stylized beaux art (Source)
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Abbey of Our Lady of Montserrat (Source)
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Binondo, established in 1594, is the worlds oldest Chinatown. (Source)
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People flocking the street market at Plaza Miranda. (Source)
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A Toyota Vios of the Manila Police District (Source)
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Jesus Is Lord Church Worldwide celebrating its anniversary in Quirino Grandstand, Burnham Green, Rizal Park (Source)
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The Port of Manila, the chief port of the Philippines. (Source)
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Aerial view of Binondo, the citys Chinatown and business district. (Source)
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The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, the central bank of the Philippines (Source)
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The historic Fort Santiago in Intramuros. (Source)
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Divisoria is a popular flea market for locals and tourists. (Source)
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The National Museum of Fine Arts. (Source)
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The National Museum of Natural History at Agrifina Circle, Rizal Park. (Source)
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Children playing basketball at the ruins of San Ignacio Church in Intramuros (Source)
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The Intramuros Golf Club (Source)
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Manila City Hall, the seat of city government. (Source)
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Palacio del Gobernador in Intramuros is home to the Philippine Commission on Elections and Intramuros Administration. (Source)
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The Supreme Court of the Philippines. (Source)
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Map of Manila produced by the City Planning and Development Office. (Source)
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Manila is divided into 6 Congressional Districts as shown in the map. (Source)
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District Map of Manila that shows its 16 districts. (Source)
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Jeepney is one of the most popular modes of transportation in Manila (Source)
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Pureza Station of LRT-2 in Santa Mesa (Source)
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Blumentritt Station of the LRT-1 (Source)
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The Philippine General Hospital, the largest medical center and the national referral center for health in the Philippines. (Source)
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De La Salle University is a Lasallian educational institution established in 1911. (Source)
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The campus of the University of the City of Manila and Baluarte de San Diego in Intramuros. (Source)
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The University of Santo Tomas is the oldest existing university in Asia, established in 1611. (Source)
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The Manila-Acapulco Galleon Memorial at Plaza Mexico in Intramuros. (Source)
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White represents the route of the Manila Galleons in the Pacific (Source)
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Food in Manila (Source)
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Food in Manila (Source)
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Food in Manila (Source)
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Food in Manila (Source)
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Food in Manila (Source)
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Food in Manila (Source)
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Food in Manila (Source)
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Food in Manila (Source)
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Food in Manila (Source)
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