The Juan Luna Building is a historic building located in Binondo, Manila, Philippines. It was also known as the Pacific Commercial Company Building, First National City Bank Building, and the Ayala Building. You may want to read: Juan Luna’s Art Piece España Y Filipinas The Parisian Life by Juan Luna
Monte Piedad Savings Bank Building A prominent old building featuring a greco-roman facade, Monte Piedad Savings Bank, is tagged as one of the oldest savings banks in the Philippines. It is located beside Chinatown arc within the jewelry center in Sta. Cruz. It is said that a former President used to be a clerk in … Read more
The Don Roman building is located along Escolta, Sta Cruz Manila. In front of Plaza Lacson (formerly Plaza Goiti) which leads to directly to Carriedo Street. First built in 1894 and expanded in 1957. You can see this building from afar when you drop by lrt Carriedo station.
Troncales House (Calle Barcelona corner Calle Lavezares, San Nicolas) You may want to read: Gaspar House
Camarin na Tisa (Calle Elcano corner Calle Lavezares, San Nicolas) You may want to read: Bahay na Tisa