Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 64. Chapters: Filipino architects, Neoclassical architecture in the Philippines, Spanish Colonial architecture in the Philippines, Malaca ang Palace, Churches in Bohol, Architecture of the Philippines, Para aque Cathedral, Leandro Locsin, Vigan, Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral, St. La Salle Hall, Basilica of San Sebastian, Manila, Manila Hotel, San Agustin Church, Manila, Baroque Churches of the Philippines, Malolos Cathedral, Pablo Antonio, Manila Cathedral, Standalone movie theaters of the Philippines, Br. Andrew Gonzalez Hall, Don Enrique T. Yuchengco Hall, Old Congress Building, Manila, San Diego Pro-cathedral, United Architects of the Philippines Student Auxiliary, Manila City Hall, Juan Marcos Arellano, Mansion House, Baguio, Carlos A. Santos-Viola, Baguio Cathedral, San Guillermo Parish Church, Metropolitan Cathedral of San Fernando, Enrique M. Razon Sports Center, Jaro Cathedral, Manila Metropolitan Theater, Sta. Monica Parish Church, Jones Bridge, Manila Central Post Office, Tom?'s Map a, Fernando H. Ocampo, National Museum of the Philippines, St. William's Cathedral, Kelong, Juan Nakpil, Malaca ang sa Sugbo, Francisco Ma osa, Museum of the Filipino People. Excerpt: The Malaca an Palace, commonly known simply as Malaca ang, is the official residence and principal workplace of the President of the Philippines. Located at 1000 J. P. Laurel Street, San Miguel, Manila, the house was built in 1750 in Spanish Colonial style. It has been the residence of every Philippine head since Rafael de Echague y Berminghan. During the American period, Governors-General Francis Burton Harrison and Dwight F. Davis built an executive building, the Kalayaan Hall, which was later transformed into a museum. Originally a summer house by Spanish aristocrat Don Luis Rocha, the house was sold to Colonel Jose Miguel Formente, and was later purchased by t...
|Title:||Philippine Architecture: Filipino Architects, Neoclassical Architecture in the Philippines, Spanish Colonial Architecture in the Philippines||Publisher:||Books LLC, Wiki Series|
|Author:||Llc Books, Llc Books|
|No. of Pages:||66|
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