Thursday, December 13, 2007

museo ng maynila

Museo ng Maynila is a living entity for the cultural enhancement of the Manileños, inagurated on June 20, 1997 through the efforts of Mayor Alfredo Lim... Museo ng Maynila reopens its doors to the public again with the “Maynila Noon: The Curt Teich Postcard Collection, 1922-1949,”

The enlarged postcards donated by the Curt Teich Company to the Museo ng Maynila shows rare and unpublished images of Manila during the American colonial period that transports us to an earlier era and shows the changes through time. Great to see landmarks such as Fort Santiago, Escolta, Avenida, and Luneta images during those period and glad to note that some of those classic American colonial buildings still survive today.

Located at the Army and Navy Club Building, South Boulevard, Luneta... near the Quirino Grandstand. Open between 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., Monday-Friday, until Dec. 31, admission is free.

Note: To see more photos, please drop by at Señor Enrique's blog and say that i sent you.


Anonymous said...

It is probably a nice place to visit and to learn more about your country and its past. Nice post.

Olivier said...

c'est très beau, très colonial comme style je trouve

It's very beautiful, very colonial style as I

bertN said...

I'll make a note of the existence of Museo ng Maynila - a place worth visiting at libre pa ang admission!

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