Tuesday, January 5, 2010

My World Tuesday #3


taken in the San Agustin Church, Manila

The San Agustin Church is one of the oldest structures in Manila. Inside, its sort of like a mini museum with statues, paintings and sculptures from back during the time we were under the rule of the Spaniards. 

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11 comments:

Ferreira-Pinto said...

I like the angle you framed the photo!
Great job done her.

Japa said...

Much influence in local customs and traditions, religion, arts and more from Spain. San Agustin, to name one. Just wish what's in there are preserved well and good. Indeed, the frame is very interesting.

By coincidence, my post has some reference to that colonial period.

Samson said...

nice shot

Hanuman

Lianne said...

thanks guys! :)

Paping said...

Love this shot, lee! and my parents got married here. :)

January said...

Cute! thanks for the share...

Thanks for visiting too..

Lianne said...

@papu my parents got married there too! :)
@january thanks!

LadyFi said...

Great angle! And I love the fact that he's wearing a lovely pink robe.

Eden said...

Great shot!

thank for the visit

koala said...

I thought there's something Hispanic about the statue the minute I saw the photo. Thanks for sharing.

Lianne said...

thanks eden and koala :)

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