Baroque churches of the Philippines

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Author: Augusto Fabella Villalon
Date: Nov. 1996
From: UNESCO Courier(Vol. 49, Issue 11)
Publisher: UNESCO
Document Type: Article
Length: 1,383 words
Abstract :

Many churches that have been built in the Philippines during the era of Spanish colonization from the 16th-19th centuries mix European Baroque style of architecture with Oriental influences. This unique blend is seen in some of the famous structures such as the St. Augustine Church in Manila.

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Villalon, Augusto Fabella. "Baroque churches of the Philippines." UNESCO Courier, Nov. 1996, p. 44+. Accessed 18 Feb. 2020.
  

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