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San Agustin Church

Gen Luna & Real Sts | Intramuros, Manila, Luzon 1002, Philippines
63 2 524 7141
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This museum and courtyard gardens is one of the oldest stone churches in the country, having survived 2 fires and 7 earthquakes.
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Gen Luna & Real Sts | Intramuros, Manila, Luzon 1002, Philippines
63 2 524 7141
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Reviewed yesterday

This the oldest stone church in the Philippines -- the Church of Saint Paul (but it is more popularly known as the Church of San Agustin) -- founded in the sixteenth century (1571) inside the walled city of Manila at that time (Intramuros). It is...More

Thank CzarEmmanuel
Reviewed 2 days ago

This was a place where I just wanted to sit and meditate. Very peaceful and quiet church.I am not a Christian but felt totally at peace here.

Thank Amarjit N
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Solemn and the mass is officiated with a foreigner priest with at least four other priest co- celebrating

Thank CristinaOrquina
Reviewed 6 days ago

San Agustin Church will remain one of my favorite churches. It's always a feast for the eyes and of great historical significance.

Thank Marcia_no_dias_malos
Reviewed 6 days ago

We like to visit old-times places and this is one of them. It's remember a colonial time and it's in harmony with modern buildings in Manila. One of must see place in this big city.

Thank Mikhail N
Reviewed 1 week ago

This was one of the spots you go when you do the tour through Manila. It is a stunning and calm Church, much larger than expected and if you are interested in history is very worth a visit

Thank mbarref
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A nice place to visit for tourist. This is one oldest church in the area of Intramuros. Make this place one of your destination when visiting Intramuros area.

Thank nathzniel
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is by far one of my favourite churches in the Philippines. And I just read that it is the only church which remained intact after all the bombings in Manila during WWII. Thank goodness. It's no longer free to view but worth the entrance...More

Thank yogadiva007
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It takes you back to the time when Spain ruled the Philippines. It is in Intramuros (inside the walls), the fortified Manila. Check out the people buried in the floors and walls (or are these just memorials?).

Thank Naliligaw
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

More than just a beautifully preserved church, coming here transport you to a time in Philippines history when we were under Spanish rule or Spanish Catholic church rule. There is also a museum worth visiting. You just have to see it. No spoiler. No expectation.

Thank Chi Laigo V
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12 January 2018|
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Response from Leomil A | Reviewed this property |
The Museum is open 7 days a week and charges a minimal entrance fee. The Church which is next to it is also open on Mondays although as a rule the parish office (for mass offerings, church certifications, etc) like anywhere... More