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This is the third time that my wife and I visit the Oriental Museum. There is much to see here from the Philippines, China and Japan. Many of the treasures that one can see here were donated by people who had collections of oriental art....More
I was a student at this College where this Museum is located. I was last there in 1983. This was a trip down memory lane for me and sharing my life with my wife. It was beautiful as was the museum and the staff. Personally,...More
This is a hidden gem: it is a small museum in the basement of a monastery at the city centre, but contains the best Spanish collections of art from the Phillipines, China and Japan . Unfortunately, the displays are old fashion, and (when I visited)...More
The Museo Oriental has the largest collection of Oriental art in Spain. The Augustinian Fathers went to Christianize the Philippines in the 16th century. Fray Urdaneta was an expert navigator and he found the sea route from Manila to Mexico. The Augustinian Fathers Christianized the...More