Friday, November 3, 2017

Ruins of Santo Domingo Church in Intramuros after WWII

Compiled and edited (Adobe Photoshop) by Dr Abe V Rotor
Courtesy of Prof Alice C Villadolid

Santo Domingo church that we know today is along Quezon Avenue, QC. The original church was in Intramuros. It was totally destroyed by bombing and fire during the second world war. Here are memorable photographs that revive memories, as well as to provide a glimpse, especially to younger generations. Within the area were important establishments, among them the University of Santo Tomas which has been transferred to its present location along España.  A plaza marks what remains of the old campus.   

 Santo Domingo Church in flames, WWII

 Plaza Santo Tomas.  Colegio de Santo Tomas was originally located in Intramuros, before it was transferred to its present site - University of Santo Tomas, fronting España. 
  Views before and after the war.
The Altar 


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