inside. we listened to various campaign jingles from the time of Magsaysay to
next we went to the second room, they call- Malacañan as a Pulpit, we saw
the the most interesting law here in our nation's history the copy of the
Proclamation No. 1081
paintings are displayed here.
The other rooms, Osmeña, Quezon, Roxas, Quirino, including the Old Vice President’s
office each tell a story about the their former occupants. then the Main Hall,
Northeast and Southeast Galleries feature the memorabilia of the Philippine presidents.
Manila, is not that easy. because you need to have a reservation beforehand
just to visit the Palace Museum and library, then IDs/licenses must be submitted to
the guards at the gate of the complex, just for you to see some of the ancestral houses
still standing, as you walk, you will observe the peace, and the cleanliness of the area.
it offers an alternative look at the history of the Philippines, because once powerful and
illustrious people lived here, "May Lacan Dyan"
here are some picture I took of the houses in the area.
to all of the archangels.
my blog ends here. hope to visit Malacanang again and meet our president
oh by the way, this week(Aug. 3) til the end of August, is the start of the
hungry ghost month
ONE LOVE. this is your LOVERBOY Dennis signing out.