The Manila Observatory was the first weather station in the Philippines. In 1865, the Manila Observatory was started by Francisco Colina, S.J. in an abandoned pigeon house on the roof deck of the convent of the Jesuits in Intramuros. In 1884, it was recognized by the Spanish colonial government as the Philippines’ weather station. It was, however, destroyed during Second World War. The observatory was reconstructed after the war and is now in Quezon City.
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