National Museum of Fine Arts
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Newly renovated and minted, the National Museum in Manila will open new doors for learning and exploration.
This proud museum contains many of the Philippines’ signature works of art, including Juan Luna’s seminal Spoliarium, a colossal painting that provides harsh commentary on Spanish rule. It’s in the old Congress building designed by Daniel Burnham.
Housed within the former Legislative Building, the National Museum of the Philippines is the repository and guardian of the Philippines' natural and cultural heritage.
Archaeological Treasures in the Museum of the Filipino People and The Hall of the Masters in National Art Gallery
National Museum of the Philippines: Museum of the Filipino People and National Art Gallery Address: NHCP Building, T.M. Kalaw Street, Ermita, Manila Contact: 254-7482 | www.nationalmuseum.gov.ph/ Schedule: 10:00am to 4:00pm (Tuesday-Sunday) Rate: Admission for individuals is P50 for students, P120…
nice museum. it has been renovated over the years. interesting displays and dioramas.
This grand exhibit house features the country's most historic works of culture and national heritage, including the paintings of heralded Philippine artist Felix Resurreccion Hidalgo.
Learn about the rich history of the country by visiting thr National Museum Complex. While you're here, also check out Intramuros (the Walled City), whose architecture from the Spanish era still stand, anx Binondo (Chinatown) for its food.
This museum has paintings and sculptures by the most prominent Filipino artists in the 19th and 20th centuries. Among them are Juan Luna, Fernando Zóbel and Félix Hidalgo, who represented a wave of Filipino art that swelled as the country was pushing for independence from Spain.
If you are fond of museums then this is the place to go! Find the most famous "Spoliarium".
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