It's a just church in China Town - nothing good or bad..... good to drop by if you are in Binondo Area.
About Binondo Church
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Historically, Catholic Missionaries managed the conversion of the Chinese population to the Christian faith. The church has been reconstructed many times due to natural calamities and only the Bell Tower is what remained of the original 16th century structure. The altar of the church is...More
I think that this church is strategically located. With all the frenzy in Divisoria, one can find refuge inside Awed by the intricate and elaborate architecture inside the church. I think the façade was repainted. After shopping, felt refreshed as I visit and prayed a...More
There are so many beautiful old churches in Manila. I think this is one of the better ones. The pink color scheme is absolutely gorgeous. It can be difficult to get a nice shot of the exterior due to traffic and other obstructions, but it's...More
Even if there are a lot of people in the vicinity of this church, once you are inside you will feel the solemnity of the place. I always attend mass in this minor basilica whenever i visit Chinatown.
The church is a major landmark and adjacent a nice park in the heart of Chinatown. The church was founded by Dominican priests in 1596 to serve Chinese converting to Christianity.The church been reconstructed many times due to conflicts and natural calamities - only the...More
Binondo Church is ironically designed - it is huge and beautiful, but with an obvious Chinese influence as the color red is prominent in its architecture. Inside it is high-ceilinged, with enormous paintings - you wouldn't know where to set your eyes first. The altar...More
We met at this church prior to the Big Binondo Food Wok which I highly recommend. Learned from Ivan, our tour guide, this church was put there by the Spain Colony Government in its attempt to convert more Chinese into Christianity. Beautiful Church inside and...More
We walked from Intramorus, crossed the bridge into Manila Chinatown. Chinatown did not impress me much. I found the buildings old, alley dim, vagabonds sleeping on the street and traffic heavy and congested. The red octagonal shaped of the Bell tower of the Church attracted...More
It's a bustling area, but in the middle of it stands the robust church of Binonda, a nice landmark. It's well preserved, better than most churches in Manila.