Built in 1914, this beautiful ancestral home is the former residence of Perona Nakpil, the widow of Andrés Bonifacio – the father of the...
Plaza Miranda has some history. This is where the common folk came to watch beauty contests, political rallies, and various events and...
Quiapo Church is a 1933 replacement of an older structure destroyed by fire. One of Manila’s best-known landmarks, Quiapo is the home of...
Globo de Oro St · interesting places nearby
Golden Mosque information
The Golden Mosque was constructed in 1976 as something of a welcoming gift for the late Libyan leader Muammar al-Gaddafi, although his scheduled visit never happened. This is still the city’s largest mosque and today it serves the growing Muslim community that has settled by the thousands in Quiapo.