San Agustin Church Overview
Known as one of the oldest churches in the Philippines, the colossal semblance enshrouds the embellished interiors replete with objects of historical and cultural importance. The embowed roof showcases the frescoes and you can also witness the tropical cloisters along with the gardens.

San Agustin Church is one of the buildings that was not completely destroyed in World War II and also has a San Agustin Museum which is worth a visit as you can catch a sight of illustrious valuables of Old Manila.

Location: General Luna St, Manila, 1002 Metro Manila, Philippines.

- Objects of historical and cultural significance
- Frescoes
- Tropical Cloisters
- Gardens
- San agustin Museum.
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