Thursday, March 31, 2011

Photowalk: Intramuros Part1

Kung inyong natatandaan mga kablog ako'y naglagay ng Teaser: National Museum of the Philippines and Intramuros noong nakaraang araw. Uunahin ko muna ang Intramuros dahil inaayos ko pa yung ilang mga larawan sa National Musuem at ito naman Intramuros eh hahatiin ko ng 2 o 3 parte para naman di masyadong magulo at magkakaroon din tayo ng kaunting lakbay aral di ba?

Simulan natin dito.....

Ayon sa kasaysayan ang ibigsabihin ng Intramuros ay [(Latin) intra: within; muros:walls]. The popular name given to the walled city of Spanish Manila.
The name “Manila” (it is claimed) derives from nilad, a type of mangrove that bore white waxy flowers (Ixora).

Itong larawan na ito ay di ko alam kung anung meron siguro isa itong paglalarawan sa hinagpis ng mga kabalyero noong araw... nasa labas ito ng Intramuros at harap ng National Museum.

Kung di ako nagkakamali isa to sa mga bagong istraktura sa Intramuros dahil kung luma ito mababakas mo ang kasaysayan nito sa mga bato.

Habang kami naglilibot ng kasama kung blogger eh, biglang may lumipad sa aming harap, yun pala isang golf ball buti na lang di kami tinamaan nito..

The old Manila Bulletin Building

Ang dating San Nicolas de Tolentino Church na naging bagong building na ng Manila Bulletin

According to wikidepia The Manila Bulletin (PSE: MB), (also known as the Bulletin and previously known as the Manila Daily Bulletin and the Bulletin Today) is the Philippines' largest broadsheet newspaper by circulation, followed by the Philippine Daily Inquirer. It bills itself as "The Nation's Leading Newspaper", which is its official slogan. Founded in 1900 as a shipping journal, it is the second-oldest Philippine newspaper, second only to The Manila Times.


It was originally owned by a Swiss expatriate named Hans Menzi. The Manila Bulletin survived the Martial law era of President Ferdinand Marcos for propaganda purposes.

The newspaper is owned by Filipino-Chinese business mogul Emilio Yap, who, aside from the Manila Bulletin Publishing Corporation (the paper's controlling company), also owns the Manila Hotel, Centro Escolar University and Euro-Phil Laboratories. The company has been listed on the Philippine Stock Exchange since 1990, and had revenues of approximately US$45 million in 2004. Besides its flagship it publishes two other daily tabloids, Tempo and Balita, as well as nine magazines such as the Philippine Panorama, Bannawag, Liwayway, Bisaya and a host of other journals in English, Tagalog, Cebuano and other Philippine languages.

The Baluarte De San Andres

The Baluarte De San Andres History

Isa sa mga tore ng Baluarte De San Andres

Isa sa mga lagayan ng mga kanyon noong araw at ito'y nakatapat sa may bandang binondo.

Isa sa mga atraksyon sa Intramuros ang Golf Area, matatanaw ito mula sa itaas ng Baluarte De San Andres.

Mga naglalaro ng golf

Ay ito ang ilan sa mga makikitang mga gusali sa loob ng Intramuros

The Department of Labor and Employment

According to wikipedia The Department of Labor & Employment (DOLE) was founded on December 8, 1933 via the Act No. 4121 by the Philippine Legislature. It was renamed as Ministry of Labor and Employment in 1980. The agency was renamed as a Department after the 1986 EDSA Revolution in 1986.

Pamantsan ng Lungsod ng Manila
Antonio Villegas Hall, one of the University's oldest edifices.

From wikipedia Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila, or the University of the City of Manila (PLM), is a municipal government-funded, tuition-free, university within the district of Intramuros in Manila, the Philippines. It was established on June 19, 1965 and opened on July 17, 1967 to 556 scholars, all coming from the top ten percent of graduates of Manila's public high schools.
The Intramuros Bulletin
One of the unique store inside the Intramuros
The Intramuros Landmark
Patio Victoria.

According in there side... Patio Victoria has an Old World charm that can be found only within what was known during the Spanish Occupation of the Philippines as the "Walled City". Cobblestones walkways, an antique wooden gate, lush foilage and an old fashioned fountain are only some of the features that make the place perfect venue for wedding. Patio Victoria has two gardens-named after her daughters Sofia and Diana – and an air-conditioned banquet hall. All three venues can accommodate as many as 1000 guests. Both gardens have gazebos to protect guests against the sun and light showers. In case of heavy rains, the reception can move to the air-conditioned banquet hall.
At kung di ako nagkakamali madalas magshooting dito ang mga artista para sa venue sa kasal or party at kung nanonood kayo ng Wish ko lang ng GMA7 dito ang setting nila dati.
Ang dating Palacio de Sta. Potenciana na ngaun eh naging tahanan na ng  Philippines Red Cross Manila Chapte.

And Again according to wikipidea Born officially in 1947, Philippine Red Cross (PRC), a member of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, has roots that trace back to the revolutionary days. It is committed to provide quality life-saving services that protect the life and dignity especially of indigent Filipinos in vulnerable situations.

The Philippine Red Cross is made of men and women from all walks of life. It is the tale of hundreds of thousands of ordinary people who devoted their time and resources to help the poorest of the poor. They are professionally trained to lend a helping hand to those in need – whoever, whenever and wherever they may be.

The PRC has been established 60 years ago. Before, the PRC used to be involved only in providing blood and in disaster-related activities and short-term pallatives. Now it also focuses on a holistic approach to uplift the condition of the most vulnerable, and a wider array of humanitarian services.

At para sa huling larawan ito...
 Isa sa mga lumang bahay sa Intramuros ang Casa Manila

At sa susunod na part naman ang Simbahan ng San Agustin, National Commision Culture and Arts, CBCP , Plazaela De Sta. Isabel,Roman Catholic Cathedral Of Manila Etc.

So paano kita-kita ulit...

XOXO

24 comments :

  1. Wow..intramuros..a very historic place..sana pinicturan mo yung pinag shootingan ng Encantadia nun.jan ata sa intra din

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  2. di ko napupuntahan yang ibang part ng intramuros, hanggang mapua lang ata at dun sa simbahan napupuntahan ko

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  3. naks! gaganda ng mga shots :) parang nanjan lang kami last week during our Walk for Life event. I just LOVE Intramuros!

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  4. @gelo.. whaha ganun.. sama ka sa amin soon.. di ko pa tapos tong photowalk na to eh!

    @noah.. hhehe naman.. :D

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  5. inggit ako...

    gusto ko din magphotowalk soon :(

    btw, nice pics :)

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  6. Haaay nakakamiss ang Intramuros. :) thanks for sharing. :)

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  7. sana sa Manila North or Chinese Cemetery ka naman mag photowalk... sama ako... cge na... =D

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  8. @E•M•O•T•E•R•A .. hehe punta ka.. free lang naman eh :D

    @Pinoy Adventurista whahah sure.. baka this summer... :D

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  9. mahilig ako sa mga historical sites kasi ang ganda

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  10. I've been only once sa Intramuros and field trip pa nun, hindi ako nagka chance magexplore.

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  11. @xall.. ay ganun.. ako din naman eh..
    come and join us.. on our next photowalk

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  12. Sure, when I have the gear na. hehe. And my goal is to have it soon.

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  13. at talagang natuloy ka na dyan.hehehehe

    sayang lang yung ibang area dyan, may mga squatters na. sayang di na napreserve.

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  14. nice shots...
    ganda rin sa intramuros no.. tamang history lang

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  15. ang tagal ko ng nasa manila pero never kung na try ang maglakad at magistambay sa intramuros wall

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  16. dapat dyan ako sa PLM, kaso di natuloy T_T, anong year ko na kaya sana pag dyan ako hahaha >_<

    nga pala

    ang galing ng pagkakakuha..

    kaw na talga :D hehe

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  17. may manila buliten din sa davao at ganda yung old house dun ang ginawa nilang building parang ganyan din style nila...

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  18. ganda ng photos ah. saan tayo magpophotwalk pag galing ko?

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  19. @xall.. whaha yun naman pala.. sure!


    @kyle.. oo naman no natuloy ako hehee....
    oo yun nga eh sayang talaga...



    @bonbon.. hehe thanks :D yeap sobrang ganda..


    @uno.. yun oh sayang naman.. sama ka sa amin sa next Photowalk..


    @pong.. whaha ganun.. sayang naman.. hehe thanks..


    @batman.. talaga.. astig naman...


    @bino... hehe thanks... ito pala asa list ko eh.
    PACO, chinise and manila cementary...

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  20. tnx for sharing again..

    i missed maynila.. tagal ko ng hndi nkakapunta jan..

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