|Transitioning from Gov Gen to Uncle Sam at Fort Santiago|
Carlos Celdran of Walk this Way tours says, "there are no grand edifices in Manila unlike other sites in Asia as the most solid foundation sourced from earth prior to the Spanish rule is adobe." Prior to the colonization of Spain and with a scarce population, the most solid structure is made of bamboo.
|The landed's house greeting visitors at Las Casas|
generations of the pain and sacrifices our forefathers went through to earn our freedom. The historical landmark at 555 feet above sea level in Pilar Bataan is marked by a cross designed by Lorenzo del Castillo and Napoleon Abueva.
Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar is place and life in the colonial Philippine era, “a place where we can trace our heritage, re-live our past, and partake of our culture.” Through viewing and appreciating the structure of ancestral homes from different parts of Luzon and from the distant and recent past, Filipinos take “pride in the past and hope for the future.”
|A bahay na bato. Starting with moving houses of wood,|
they have not progressed to moving houses of stone
and lately even churches
|A restored church at the coast of Bagac, Bataan|
|Healing the mind, body and spirit at the Pinto Museum|
Pinto is in Grand Heights, 1870 Antipolo City.
|Texture of greens and natural wood|
|Cordillera in Antipolo|
|Where every part of the site is an attraction and a visual feast|
|Entrance at Pinto with artists' names engraved|