Image title: Manila Fort Bonifacio entrance carvings

Manila Fort Bonifacio entrance carvings

The entrance to Fort Bonifacio, part of Intramuros, the original walled city built by the Spanish in the 16th century. The area was badly damaged in World War 2. This doorway was restored in recent years.

The remarkable mixture of Spanish and South East Asian influences is one of the many attractions of the Philippines.

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Manila Fort Bonifacio entrance carvings



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