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After visiting San Agustin Museum and San Agustin Church came here by walk for about 5 minutes. Plaza Roma is located just outside and opposite of Manila Cathedral.
Plaza Roma is one of two public squares in Intramuros, it is an attractive square as it...More
Plaza Roma is one of two public squares in Intramuros, it is an attractive square surrounded by many significant buildings including Manila Cathedral which is the the most domimant and also Palacio del Gobernador. In the centre of the square is a monument to Charles...More
This is a pleasant public square located directly in front of Manila Cathedral. The centre of the square is marked by a statue of King Carlos IV of Spain, as a commemoration of his sending smallpox vaccine to the Philippines.
Nicely laid out, but you...More
Plaza Roma is a public square surrounded by important landmarks, within Intramuros. The Manila Cathedral, the Palacio del Governador and the Casas Consistoriales. Mostly after the mass people will stay for a while in this plaza to met some friends. It is situated at the...More
This Plaza located in from of the Manila Cathedral. It is nice place to just sit down for a moment and enjoy the surroundings. The park or rather plaza is very small though. SO, you can just spend a few minutes here and continue exploring...More
Typical park where you can slackly spend time in. But it has a great view and you can take good pictures here.
At its center is a statue of King Charles IV of Spain. Upon reading, I found out that it was to honor him...More
This place is almost unnoticeable, and more a local, maybe they won't know that it's called Plaza Roma simply because it is right infront of the Manila Cathedral. This is a good place to chat and wonder special when the sun is down and the...More