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 Global Nation INQ7.net
These activities are conducted with the support of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila, Manila Metropolitan Cathedral, Parish of the Immaculate Conception, San Agustin Church, Augustinian Fathers in Intramuros, Intramuros Development Council, Friends of Intramuros, Intramuros Administration, the barangays and the various institutions and offices within Intramuros.
On Good Friday, the commemoration of the Seven Last Words will be held at the Manila Cathedral at 12 noon and the Stations of the Cross inside the church at 2 p.m.
The Last Supper Mass will be held at the San Agustin Church and the Manila Cathedral at 4 p.m.
www.inq7.net /globalnation/ser_ann/2003/apr/15-01.htm   (444 words)

  
 Mapua Institute of Technology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Mapùa Intramuros Campus is strategically located at the heart of Manila, inside the walls of historic Intramuros.
On February 14, the students protested outside the campus where Muralla Street at Intramuros was filled with Mapùa students clad in black shirts protesting against the decision of the administration and criticized them for not consulting the students before making such a decision.
Accessible from the campus are malls and recreational centers such as SM City Manila behild the Manila City Hall, Robinson's Place Ermita, Harrison Plaza in Vito Cruz, Rizal Park and the Baywalk along Roxas Boulevard.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mapua_Institute_of_Technology   (1506 words)

  
 WOW Philippines :: Explore Philippines :: Famous For
At the center of the "Walled City" of Intramuros is the grand Manila Cathedral.
Named after one of the barrios of old Intramuros, this is a cultural-cum-commercial complex currently composed of five houses: Casa Manila, Casa Blanca, Casa Urdaneta, Los Hidalgos, and El Hogar Filipino.
Right in the heart of Manila is found the "Walled City" - Intramuros.
www.tourism.gov.ph /explore_phil/place_details.asp?content=famousefor&province=80   (913 words)

  
 Intramuros - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Intramuros, located along the southern bank of the Pasig River, is the oldest among the districts of the city of Manila, the capital of the Philippines.
Inside Intramuros there are several Roman Catholic churches, like the Manila Cathedral and the San Agustin Church, convents and church-run schools, which were usually being run by religious orders such as the Dominicans, Augustinians and Franciscans.
Intramuros was completed in 1606 and it served as the center of political, military and religious power of the Spaniards during the time that the Philippines was a colony of Spain.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Intramuros   (739 words)

  
 Manila
Manila has since expanded beyond Intramuros to become the nucleus of the country's largest metropolis, Greater Manila, made up of 11 other cities and five towns.
At the center of Intramuros is the grand Manila Cathedral with its detailed stone carvings, stained glass mosaics and rose windows.
Manila was born out of the ashes of a once flourishing Malay settlement by the banks of the Pasig River.
www.dotpcvc.gov.ph /Destinations/manila.htm   (2114 words)

  
 Intramuros
It was inside Intramuros that Japanese defenders made their final fanatical stand against US Army forces during the battle of Manila, with civilians and religious clergy and nuns as hostages.
The gate was destroyed during the battle for Manila to allow American tanks to enter Intramuros.
The outer wall of Intramuros is still potmarked with occasional bullet and shell holes.
www.pacificwrecks.com /provinces/philippines_intramuros.html   (578 words)

  
 WOW Philippines :: Explore Philippines :: Description
At the center of Intramuros is the grand Manila Cathedral, the seat of the Catholic Archdiocese of Manila.
Right in the heart of Manila is found the “Walled City” — Intramuros.
Manila is home to Malacañang Palace, the official residence of the highest chief executive of the country and one of the most historic structures in the Philippines, and the National Museum of the Philippines, the official repository and guardian of the Philippine cultural, historical, and natural heritage.
www.tourism.gov.ph /explore_phil/place_details.asp?content=description&province=80   (547 words)

  
 Intramuros Tennis Club Inc vs Phil Tennis Asso'n : 135630 : September 26, 2000 : J. Gonzaga-Reyes : Third Division
Petitioner Intramuros Tennis Club, Inc. (“ITC”) is an affiliate of PHILTA and has for its members tennis players and enthusiasts who regularly use the facilities of the Victoria Tennis Courts.
Intramuros Tennis Club Inc vs Phil Tennis Asso'n : 135630 : September 26, 2000 : J.
On May 7, 1996, petitioners instituted a case for “preliminary injunction, damages, and prayer for temporary restraining order” with the Regional Trial Court of Manila, which was docketed as Civil Case No. 96-78248.
www.supremecourt.gov.ph /jurisprudence/2000/sept2000/135630.htm   (3912 words)

  
 Manila
Manila has since expanded beyond Intramuros to become the nucleus of the country's largest metropolis, Greater Manila, made up of 11 other cities and five towns.
At the center of Intramuros is the grand Manila Cathedral with its detailed stone carvings, stained glass mosaics and rose windows.
Manila was born out of the ashes of a once flourishing Malay settlement by the banks of the Pasig River.
www.dotpcvc.gov.ph /Destinations/manila.htm   (2114 words)

  
 Binondo, Manila - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It is located across the Pasig River from Intramuros and the home of Chinatown in Manila.
Binondo is a enclave in Manila primarily populated by overseas Chinese who chose to live in the Philippines.
Historically, the place was sited by the Spaniards within the range of Intramuros cannons, to prevent any uprising coming from the Chinese.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Binondo__Manila   (114 words)

  
 Tanikalang Ginto www.filipinolinks.com Philippines : Travel/Hotels and Resorts/Ermita, Manila
In the midst of the hustle and bustle of Manila, enthrall yourself with the awesome 16th century Spanish architecture of Intramuros, and re-live some of Manila's grandest by-gone years- Mabini, Ermita, Manila.
Tanikalang Ginto www.filipinolinks.com Philippines: Travel/Hotels and Resorts/Ermita, Manila
The Manila Pavilion Hotel stands proudly in its heart, minutes away from the centers of business, government, and commerce, parks and zoos, churches and cathedrals, and tourist spots, offering business executives and leisure travelers comfortable first-class hotel accommodations and world-renowned Filipino hospitality.
www.filipinolinks.com /Travel/Hotels_and_Resorts/Ermita__Manila   (896 words)

  
 Manila Travel Guide Fodor's Online
Built by the Spanish conquistadors in 1571 as Intramuros, a fortified settlement on the ashes of a Malay town, Manila spread outward over the centuries, so that the oldest districts are those closest to Intramuros.
Because Metro Manila is a conglomeration of cities and towns, it lacks a defined center, and you certainly won't find an easy-to-navigate grid layout.
The urban sprawl that is metropolitan Manila (it's made up of the cities of Manila, Makati, Pasay, Quezon, Caloocan, and Pasig, plus 12 towns) is a fascinating, even surreal, combination of modernity and tradition.
www.fodors.com /miniguides/mgresults.cfm?destination=manila@96   (288 words)

  
 Asian Premier City - Metro Manila
Apart from the original Intramuros, 13 cities and 4 municipalities were developed and annexed for the new Metro Manila.
Within Intramuros complex lies the Fort Santiago ( once a prison for revolutionary Filipinos, now a peaceful park-cum-museum), the Manila Cathedral (a magnificent architectural feat with its intricate stone carvings, stained glass mosaics, and rosette windows),and the San Agustin Church ( the oldest structure in the country with its baroque interiors and trompe l'oeil murals).
Manila is a city of many striking contrasts.
www.emailpinoy.com /travel/manila.shtml   (288 words)

  
 Manila Cathedral, Intramuros, Manila, Philippines, - Church Interior (ca. early 1900's)
Of the seven major churches in Intramuros, the Manila Cathedral and the Church of San Agustin are the only two that have survived World War II.
Manila Cathedral, Intramuros, Manila, Philippines,- Church Interior (ca.
The Manila Cathedral was heavily damaged during World War II and later rebuilt.
www.guam.netpci.com /~eldorado/gallery-asian/churches/churches-07.htm   (288 words)

  
 Manila Adventure Guide
The Manila Cathedral (tel: 527-5836; crn Postigo and General Luna Sts., Intramuros, open 8a.m.-noon, 3p.m.-6p.m daily) is the sixth building (erected in 1951) to stand here.
Intramuros was finally destroyed by US bombing during the Battle of Manila at the end of WWII but today most of the walls, gates and bulwarks have been restored.
South is the Manila Film Center, the GSIS Museum, the Department of Foreign Affairs and the Cuneta Astrodome.
www.geocities.com /manilaadventureguide/sightseeing.html   (288 words)

  
 THE PHILTRAVEL WIZARD ~ Manila Sights
A short ride away from Intramuros is Binondo, Manila's Chinatown and one of the richest districts in the country.
In it too is the Romanesque-style Manila Cathedral, the only church in Intramuros that was rebuilt after the second World War.
This island-fortress standing guard at the entrance of Manila Bay is the symbol of determined resistance of its Filipino and American defenders who fought a heroic battle against the invading Japanese forces.
www.philtravel.net /wiz_sights.htm   (288 words)

  
 Asian Premier City - Metro Manila
Apart from the original Intramuros, 13 cities and 4 municipalities were developed and annexed for the new Metro Manila.
Within Intramuros complex lies the Fort Santiago (once a prison for revolutionary Filipinos, now a peaceful park-cum-museum), the Manila Cathedral (a magnificent architectural feat with its intricate stone carvings, stained glass mosaics, and rosette windows),and the San Agustin Church (the oldest structure in the country with its baroque interiors and trompe l'oeil murals).
Manila is a city of many striking contrasts.
www.emailpinoy.com /travel/manila.shtml   (288 words)

  
 Manila Travel Guide Fodor's Online
Built by the Spanish conquistadors in 1571 as Intramuros, a fortified settlement on the ashes of a Malay town, Manila spread outward over the centuries, so that the oldest districts are those closest to Intramuros.
The urban sprawl that is metropolitan Manila (it's made up of the cities of Manila, Makati, Pasay, Quezon, Caloocan, and Pasig, plus 12 towns) is a fascinating, even surreal, combination of modernity and tradition.
But the 10 million inhabitants of the "noble and ever loyal city" -- as Manila was described by its Spanish overlords -- have a joie de vivre that transcends their struggles.
www.fodors.com /miniguides/mgresults.cfm?destination=manila@96   (288 words)

  
 G.P.H.S. Alumni.net
These are actually some of the new additions to the old Intramuros de Manila as part of the project of Tourism Secretary Dick Gorgon — WOW Philippines 2003.
Its 12:00 high noon March 1, 2003, Saturday and 11 outstanding alumni of GPHS Class 72 are headed inside the renowned walled city of Intramuros de Manila.
The core group met at the newly-renovated Malate park fronting Manila Bay (The place is simply beautiful and romantic what with its dancing/colorful fountain, sweet instrumental music and benches to sit on) at about 7:00 pm.
www.gphsalumni.net /meetings.html   (2737 words)

  
 Tanikalang Ginto www.filipinolinks.com Philippines : Education/Higher Learning/Philippines/Manila
Emerged from the union of Colegio de Ninos de Huerfanos de San Juan de Letran and Colegio de Huerfanos de San Pedro y San Pablo in Intramuros in the 1620s - Intramuros, Manila.
Mesa, Manila with branches in M.H. Del Pilar (Manila), S.H. Loyola (Manila), Bicutan in Taguig, Metro Manila, Bataan, Lopez, Unisan and Mulanay, Quezon, Ragay, Camarines Sur, Santo Tomas, Batangas and Maragondon, Cavite and extensions in Bansud, Occidental Mindoro, Cabiao, Nueva Ecija, Pulilan, Bulacan, and, Rizal, San Pedro, and Sta.
Elegantly couched right in the heart of Manila along C.M. Recto Ave., San Sebastian College was established and founded in 1947 as one of the Recoletos schools in the Philipppines.
www.filipinolinks.com /Education/Higher_Learning/Philippines/Manila/index.html   (1428 words)

  
 Global Nation INQ7.net
Last weekend, an international symposium on "Manila, World Entrepot: 16th-19thC exchange of objects between Asia, Europe, and the Americas" was held at the Ayala Museum in Makati City.
One professor even proposed tearing down the ancient walls of Intramuros, not only because it was seen as a symbol of colonial oppression, but because it was hoped that by sacrificing Intramuros in an intrusive archeological assessment, there was a remote possibility that we would find the pre-Spanish remains of Raja Soliman's palisades.
How we coped with the events of the past weekend is proof that we seldom use the past as a means to understand the present and chart the future.
www.inq7.net /globalnation/col_lob/2005/jul18.htm   (763 words)

  
 People and places of Metro Manila
Manila City Hall, Padre Burgos Street, Intramuros, Manila.
Manila Central Post Office, Magallanes Drive, Intramuros, Manila.
Binondo Church (1587), Chinatown, Plaza Lorenzo Ruiz, Binondo, Manila.
www.geocities.com /charleskeng8/manila.htm   (1047 words)

  
 Manila 4 Foreigners
At the center of the Walled City of Intramuros lies the grand Manila Cathedral where the seat of the Catholic Archdiocese of Manila lies.
Manila is famous for its countless tourists spots, which bring us closer to other people who have enjoyed being here in the Philippines.
It is one of the oldest fortifications of Intramuros and constructed started in 1571 and it was completed nearly 150 years later by Filipino forced labor.
www.manila4foreigners.com /manilaplaces.php   (1047 words)

  
 Miscellaneous Tips, Manila, Philippines
History : Formerly located at the Walled City of Intramuros, UST due to the growing number of students, moved to its present location at Sampaloc, Manila.
It was known as the Bagumbayan field during the Spanish era since this was where the Filipino-Moslems took refuge after the Spaniards occupied Intramuros in 1571.
Home » Travel Guides » Asia » Philippines » City of Manila » Manila » Things To Do » Things To Do Reviews
www.virtualtourist.com /travel/Asia/Philippines/City_of_Manila/Manila-1391614/Things_To_Do-Manila-MISC-R-3.html   (1106 words)

  
 TAU GAMMA PHI/SIGMA -> University of Southern Mindanao Chapter
Las Pinas College Las Pinas, MM Lyceum of the Philippines Intramuros, Manila
Colegio de San Juan de Letran Intramuros, Manila
Ateneo de Manila University Quezon City, MM Central Colleges of the Philippines Quezon City, MM Centro Escolar University Manila
triskeles.garinungkadol.com /chapters.html   (718 words)

  
 Ateneo de Manila University Alumni Official Website
The Ateneo de Manila University began in 1859 as the Ateneo Municipal de Manila, a primary school established in Intramuros by Spanish priests of the Society of Jesus.
Today, nearly 140 years after its beginnings in Intramuros, the Ateneo de Manila University is among the leading universities in the Philippines.
As a University, the Ateneo de Manila seeks to preserve, extend, and to communicate truth and apply it to the development of man and the preservation of his environment.
n.1asphost.com /olopssbatch88/ateneoalumni   (1279 words)

  
 Global Nation INQ7.net
LOCATED in Intramuros between the centuries-old Manila Cathedral and the San Agustin Church, the bronze sculpture by young artist Peter de Guzman is mounted on black granite.
Intramuros was brutally damaged along with Ermita, Malate and Paco in the Battle for Manila.
But Manila officially opened its doors to world trade in 1834 and by 1849 the State of Hamburg had opened a consulate in Manila.
www.inq7.net /globalnation/sec_fea/2003/apr/03-01.htm   (915 words)

  
 museum4
As U.S. Army might flows toward heavy fighting in the Intramuros section of Manila over a pontoon bridge, Filipino refugees from the badly battered south side of the Pasig River stream past on foot in an orderly manner.
Combat troops crossing the Pasig to join the battle for the liberation of Manila.
At height of fight for the walled city - U.S. riflemen blaze away at Japanese positions in the Battle for Intramuros.
www.gbrmuseum.com.ph /gallery_american_war_photos3.html   (103 words)

  
 popmonkey photo: 0402 manila > intramuros
this was a fun and educational tour of intramuros, the oldest section of manila proper.
photo.popmonkey.com /0402manila/intramuros.html   (70 words)

  
 Manila Adventure Guide
Intramuros was finally destroyed by US bombing during the Battle of Manila at the end of WWII but today most of the walls, gates and bulwarks have been restored.
Probably the most historic and interesting site in Manila, Intramuros is, literally, a city within a city.
In the chapel to the left of the main altar is the crypt of Intramuros' founder, Miguel Lopez de Legazpi.
www.geocities.com /manilaadventureguide/sightseeing.html   (3399 words)

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