This is the facade of National Museum, established in 1901 and located along Padre Burgos St. near Rizal Park.
It's designed in 1918 by an American Architect named Daniel Burnham.
What used to be a congress bldg. Today, it houses the arts, archeology, anthropology and some of rare artifacts and ornaments.
Among the many displays here is the San Diego galleon and famous works of Juna luna called
-which takes pride at the National Art Gallery and also works by Felix R. Hidalgo, Napoleon Abueva and more.
Funny thing though, i passed by this place almost a hundred times but never got the chance to see what's inside or even have a field trip when i was still studying then. I hope i can visit it sometime and of course, share it here.
Oh well, this cdp blogging has given me a bigger insight and made me more aware of the sights and things that i need to explore.