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Brutalism Philippine Heart Center

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Jorge Ramos
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Atlas Obscura 2020
58.37km
Atching Lillian Restaurant

Discover Atching Lillian Restaurant in Mexico, Philippines: In her ancestral home, one chef preserves ancient Filipino recipes and serves up traditional, home-cooked food to history-loving foodies.

Atlas Obscura 2017
58.27km
Corregidor Island

Discover Corregidor Island in Cavite City, Philippines: The ruins on a deserted tropical island in the Philippines bear the scars of WWII.

Place
59.53km
Tagaytay
Place
8.5km
Manila
Brutalism
DEMOLISHED
10.66km
Ayala Museum
Atlas Obscura 2021
9.4km
Manila Clock Tower

Discover Manila Clock Tower in Manila, Philippines: This iconic clock tower is the largest in the Philippines.

Atlas Obscura 2018
112.72km
Cemetery Beach

Discover Cemetery Beach in Tingloy, Philippines: Nearly 100 concrete graves lie hidden just beyond the pristine waters along the coast.

Atlas Obscura 2019
79.99km
Mount Banahaw

Discover Mount Banahaw in Quezon, Philippines: This volcano in the Philippines is believed to have miraculous healing powers.

Atlas Obscura 2019
8.76km
Demon in the Cemetery

Discover Demon in the Cemetery in Malabon, Philippines: A very peculiar and macabre statue calls Tugatog Cemetery home.

World Heritage Site 1993
10.36km
Baroque Churches of the Philippines

These four churches, the first of which was built by the Spanish in the late 16th century, are located in Manila, Santa Maria, Paoay and Miag-ao. Their unique architectural style is a reinterpretation of European Baroque by Chinese and Philippine crafts…

Atlas Obscura 2017
72.39km
The Abandoned ‘Disneyland of the Philippines’

Where dreams didn't come true.

Atlas Obscura 2018
9.49km
The Unmarked Graves of Paco Cemetery

Discover Paco Park Cemetery in Manila, Philippines: The cemetery was built for the Spanish colonial elite, but its most famous residents were all buried in unmarked graves.

Brutalism 1965
11.68km
Cultural Center of the Philippines
Atlas Obscura 2017
12.24km
Asian-Pacific Sculpture Garden

A melting pot of international art features one symbolic sculpture from each of 20 different nations.