Sta. Cruz, Manila

The Carriedo Legacy and the Twin Fountains | Glory Days by the Muelles | Post Office by the Pasig River | The First Three Bridges over Pasig River | The Church of Sta. Cruz and the British Surrender of Manila to Governor Simon de Anda | Escolta Museum’s Vintage Bottle Collection | Escolta: Old Manila’s High Street | Metropolitan Theater |

santa cruz

Published on November 6, 2009 at 3:47 pm  Comments (2)  

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  1. hope you could take a shot at schools too esp, UST.=)
    HE will be turning 400th next year wish you could take some pictures of my alma matter=)
    good luck to you..=)

    • I think you found our post about UST minella. Schools are interesting to blog about but its also challenging especially for private institutions since some have not been open about taking photos of their historic campuses.


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