List of historical markers of the Philippines in Metro Manila

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Historical marker for the Rizal Monument

This list of historical markers installed by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP) in Metro Manila is an annotated list of people, places, or events in the region that have been commemorated by cast-iron plaques issued by the said commission. The plaques themselves are permanent signs installed in publicly visible locations on buildings, monuments, or in special locations.

While many Cultural Properties have historical markers installed, not all places marked with historical markers are designated into one of the particular categories of Cultural Properties.

Markers in Manila were first to be installed, following the establishment of the Philippine Historical Research and Markers Committee (PHRMC), the earliest predecessor of the NHCP. These were markers installed in 1934 for Church of San Agustin, Fort Santiago, Plaza McKinley, Roman Catholic Cathedral of Manila, San Sebastian Church, Concordia College, Manila Railroad Company, Dr. Lorenzo Negrao, and University of Santo Tomas (Intramuros site). The installation of markers were first limited to identify antiquities in Manila. Many markers were destroyed or lost due to World War II, along with the structures they represent, and many have been replaced by post-war markers.

In 2002, during the unveiling ceremony of the marker National Federation of Women’s Club in the Philippines in Manila Hotel, former president Fidel Ramos joked that the curtain raising reminded him of striptease, and everybody laughed. That was the last time that the curtains were pulled upward, and from then, the unveiling has involved curtain pulling instead.[1]

Following the move to relocate the marker of the first shot of the Filipino-American War from San Juan Bridge to the corner of Sociego and Silencio, Santa Mesa, Manila, former NHI Chairperson Ambeth Ocampo was declared persona non grata in San Juan. The NHCP then issued a replacement marker on the bridge, indicating it as a boundary between Filipino and American soldiers during the war, instead of it being the site of the first shot.[2]

The marker concerning the First Congress of the Republic of the Philippines 1946-1949 is the biggest marker made, measuring at 52x72 inches. The 1946 marker was replaced on January 27, 2010 when governor Carlos Padilla of Nueva Vizcaya asked why his father, Constancio Padilla was missing from the list of the legislators. Luis Taruc, Jesus Lava, and Amado Yuson of the Democratic Alliance were not in the marker even though they appeared in the Congressional Records, while Luis Clarin, Carlos Fortich, and Narciso Ramos were in the 1946 marker, but not in the present Congressional Records. The Taruc, Lava, and Yuzon were dismissed from Congress, although the latter moved to the Nacionalista Party. Fortich died before completing his term and was replaced by his widow, Remedios Ozamis Fortich. Ramos won as the congressman for the 5th district of Pangasinan, but was appointed soon after to the United Nations, and was replaced by Cipriano Allas.[1]

The historical marker (installed in 1939) of the Jesuit institution La Ignaciana in Santa Ana, Manila was stolen. A replacement marker was planned to be installed by the end of 2014,[3] but it never took place.

The historical marker dedicated to Patricio Mariano in Escolta, Binondo received social media attention regarding its then derelict state. On January 28, 2015, on the occasion of Mariano's 80th death anniversary, the Escolta Revival Movement wrote to the NHCP regarding the situation of the marker. The NHCP renovated the marker the day after.[4]

Days before the Bonifacio Day of 2017, reports surface the demolition of the Bonifacio centennial monument in Makati City, along with its historical marker (entitled "Memorare"). It was done by the Department of Public Works and Highways to build a bridge connecting Ortigas and Bonifacio Global City business districts without informing and seeking the approval of the NHCP. DPWH, however, stated that it informed the local government unit and temporarily removed the statue to protect it from the construction. The department also said that it has allotted ₱39 million for the restoration of the park after the project has been completed in 2020.[5][6][7]

A statue and marker (entitled Filipina Comfort Women Statue and "Memorare," respectively), remembering the comfort women of World War II, installed on December 8, 2017 along Baywalk, Roxas Boulevard, Malate, Manila, caught the attention from the officials from the Department of Foreign Affairs and the Japanese Embassy in Manila.[8] In response, Teresita Ang-See, said that the memorial should not become an insult versus Japan.[9] On April 27, 2018, the DPWH removed the memorial for a drainage improvement project along the Baywalk. Many individuals and groups, including Gabriela Women's Party condemned the removal, stating historical revisionism and submission to Japanese policy. They also stated that this has been an unlawful removal, since the heritage act protects markers and memorials by the NHCP. [10][11] President Duterte remarked that the memorial can be placed in a private property, since the state would not want to "antagonize" other countries.[12]

Caloocan

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
Bantayog ni Andres Bonifacio Andrés Bonifacio Monument Structure Monument Monument dedicated to the lifework of Andrés Bonifacio. Designed by national artist Guillermo E. Tolentino. Bonifacio Monument, Rotunda Filipino 2009 Bonifacio Monument in Caloocan City marker.jpg
Salvador Z. Araneta

(1902-1982)

Born on January 31, 1902. Founder of FEATI University, Gregorio Araneta University Foundation, and Philippine Constitution Association. De La Salle Araneta University[13] Filipino January 30, 2002

Las Piñas

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
Las Piñas Bamboo Organ The only bamboo organ ever made and in existence. Constructed by Fr. Diego Cera from 1818-1822. Fr. Diego Cera Avenue, Daniel Fajardo English
Simbahan ng Las Piñas Las Piñas Church Building House of Worship Established as a pueblo in 1762. Home of the bamboo organ. Las Piñas Church façade, Fr. Diego Cera Avenue, Daniel Fajardo Filipino July 27, 1995 Simbahan ng Las Piñas historical marker.jpg
Simbahan ng Parokya ng San Jose, Las Piñas Church of the Parish of St. Joseph, Las Piñas Building House of Worship Declared as a national historical landmark by the NHCP. Las Piñas Church façade, Fr. Diego Cera Avenue, Daniel Fajardo Filipino February 28, 2014 Simbahan ng Parokya ng San Jose, Las Piñas historical marker.jpg
Labanan sa Zapote Battle of Zapote River Building/Structures Bridge Where Filipinos fought against the Spanish in 1897 and the Americans in 1899. Zapote Road, Las Piñas-Bacoor Border Filipino March 10, 2015 Labanan sa Zapote historical marker.jpg
Molino Dam[14] Constructed from the designs of Fray Hilario Bernal. Repaired by Fray Ezekiel Moreno. Bridge between Las Piñas and Bacoor Onelia Jose St., Las Piñas Filipino December 1, 2017 Molino Dam historical marker.jpg

Makati

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
Ayala y Compañia Ayala and Company Founded in 1834 by Don Antonio de Ayala and Don Domingo Roxas at Echague. Ayala Building, Ayala Avenue Spanish 1951
Bank of the Philippine Islands[15] First bank in the Philippines. Founded under the decree of Queen Isabela II on August 1, 1851. BPI Headquarters, Ayala Avenue English August 1, 2001
Church and Monastery of Guadalupe Building House of Worship Church foundations laid by the Augustinians in 1601. Church construction completed in 1629. Guadalupe Church façade, 7440 Bernardino St., Guadalupe Viejo Filipino 1937 Guadalupe Church NHCP Historical Marker.png
Dental Profession in the Philippines Began in 1850, with the arrival of Frenchman M. Fertri from Hong Kong. Philippine Dental Association Building, Ayala Avenue English 1961 PDA marker, Makati 2.jpg
Elizalde y Compañia (Sucesores de Ynchausti y Compañia) Elizalde and Company (Successors of Ynchausti and Company) Manor house founded by J. Ynchausti, J. Elizalde, and V. Teus in 1854. Elizalde Building, Ayala Avenue Spanish 1951
Ang Gusali ng Punonghimpilan sa Pagsasanay Militar ng Mamamayan sa Metropolitan Manila Headquarters for the Military Training of the Citizens of Metropolitan Manila Built for the American troops in the Philippines during the time of Douglas MacArthur from 1928-1930. MTMTC Filipino April 1, 1984
Makati Formerly known as San Pedro Makati (Sampiro) and was part of the visita of Santa Ana de Sapa. Façade of Makati City Hall. Filipino November 11, 1991
Memorare In memory of Andrés Bonifacio, Supremo of the Katipunan. Monument for his death centenary. Bonifacio Monument, Makati Linear Park Filipino 1997

removed November 2017

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Nielson Tower The control tower of the first airport of the Philippines, built in 1937. Nielson Tower, Makati Avenue Filipino March 22, 1996 NielsonTower HistoricalMarker MakatiCity.jpg
Philippine Bar Association Established to promote the rule of law. A bastion of human rights during the Martial Law Era starting 1972. Philippine Bar Association Filipino June 26, 1992
Philippine Dental Association Established as a legal profession, January 10, 1903. The institution was the merger of Sociedad Dental de Filipinas (1908) and National Dental Association (1925). Philippine Dental Association Building, Ayala Ave. Filipino September 2, 2008 PDA marker, Makati.jpg
Pio Isidro y Castañeda (1865–1931) Katipunan general, exiled to Guam during the American occupation. Pio del Pilar Filipino November 30, 1983
San Pedro Macati Building House of Worship Established by the Jesuits in 1620 and administered until 1768. Makati Church façade, 39 D.M. Rivera St. Poblacion English 1937

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Smith, Bell & Co., Inc. Founded in 1846 by Henry Constable and Robert Wood. Subsidiary firm of Smith, Constable and Company of Liverpool. Manila Polo Club English March 19, 1996
Vuelo-Madrid-Manila Madrid-Manila Flight Spanish captains opened a new air route to the east on April 5, 1926. Nichols Field Spanish

Malabon

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
Birthplace of
Gregorio Sanciangco[16]
Lawyer, economist, and writer. Member of the reform movement led by Rizal. 24 Sanciangco, Tonsuya English 1952

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Gregorio Sanciangco y Goson Lawyer, participated in movements led by Rizal. 24 Sangciangco, Tonsuya Filipino 1952
Simbahan ng San Bartolome Church of San Bartolome Building House of Worship Founded as a visita of Tondo on May 21, 1599. Andrés Bonifacio, after the Cry of Pugad Lawin, held a meeting during the feast of St. Bartholomew and disguised as pilgrims to evade the guardia civil. Malabon Church façade, Rizal Avenue Extension, Bgy. Poblacion Filipino August 27, 2015
Ang Simbahan ng Concepcion Concepcion Church Building House of Worship Enshrines the image of the La Inmaculada Concepcion crowned by Jaime Cardinal Sin on December 7, 1986. Concepcion Church façade, General Antonio Luna cor. Escanilla St., Concepcion Filipino September 8, 2007 Concepcion Church Malabon historical marker.jpg

Mandaluyong

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
The residence of Jose P. Laurel, president of the Second Philippine Republic. Erected in 1957.[17] Villa Paciencia, 515 S. Laurel St. corner Shaw Boulevard English 1965

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Carmelo and Bauermann, Inc. One of the oldest lithographic establishments in the Philippines Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (original location: Recto Ave.) English 1937
Jose P. Laurel Site where he was shot while playing golf on June 5, 1943. He survived. Wack-Wack English June 5, 1992
Hagdang Bato Historic meeting of Katipuneros under Andrés Bonifacio on August 29, 1896. Laureano Gonzales headed the Katipunan in Mandaluyong. Hagdang Bato Filipino August 29, 1996
National Center for Mental Health[18] Established December 1925, secretly admitted civilian and guerrilla patients during World War II, became National Center for Mental Health November 12, 1986. National Center for Mental Health, Barrio Mauway, Mandaluyong Filipino December 17, 2014
San Miguel Brewery, Inc. Established 1890 as the Fabrica de Cerveza de San Miguel. Unveiled on its 125th Anniversary. San Miguel Brewery Main Office, 40 San Miguel Ave. Filipino September 29, 2015 San Miguel Brewery NHCP Historical Marker.jpg

Manila

Binondo

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
Bangko ng Kapuluang Pilipinas (Banco de las Islas Filipinas) Bank of the Philippine Islands The first bank in the Philippines. Established in 1851 under the name Banco Español Filipino. Bank of the Philippine Islands site, Plaza Cervantes Filipino 1977
Bank of the Philippine Islands Oldest charted bank in the Philippines founded in 1851. Renamed to BPI in 1912. Juan Luna St., Binondo English
Dr. Lorenzo Negrao Spanish physician and pharmacist who founded Botica Boie in 1830. Escolta St. English 1934
Dr. Lorenzo Negrao Founded Botica Boie in 1830. Building destroyed during WWII. A new building was built in 1952. Escolta St. English
Gusaling Calvo Calvo Building Built in 1938 under the designs of Fernando Ocampo. Calvo Museum was established in 1994. Calvo Building, Escolta St. Filipino August 14, 2018[19] Gusaling Calvo NHCP Historical Marker.png
Gusaling Perez-Samanillo Perez-Samanillo Building Built under the designs of Andrés Luna de San Pedro in 1928. Awarded by Manila city government as the most beautiful office building in 1928. First United Building, Escolta St. Filipino, English October 17, 2018 Gusaling Perez-Samanillo NHCP Historical Marker.pngGusaling Perez-Samanillo (Eng) NHCP Historical Marker.png
Insular Life Assurance Company First insurance company organized by Filipinos. on November 25, 1910. First Philippine company to have a branch overseas in Hawaii in 1935. Recto Ave.
Mariano Limjap
(1856–1926)
Businessman who helped in the Philippine Revolution and the Filipino-American War. Juan Luna St. Filipino 2009 MLimjap HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Pacific Commercial Company Building Built in 1922, became Ayala Building from 1940-1959. Restored in 2007. Juan Luna E-Services Building, Juan Luna St. Corner Muelle de la Industria, Escolta Heritage District Filipino December 15, 2017[20] Pacific Commercial Company Building NHCP Historical Marker.png
Patricio Mariano
(1877–1935)
Became a writer for revolutionary pamphlets and publications. Became the first adviser of Emilio Aguinaldo. Banquero St., Escolta Filipino 1977 PatricioMariano HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Peele, Hubbel & Co. Site of the New England Commercial and Shipping House, Peele, Hubbel and Co. from 1825-1887. Became a leading exporter of Philippine commodities. Recto Ave. English American era
Residence of Higino Francisco Where the Original Manuscript of Noli me Tángere was kept hidden. Masangkay St. Filipino July 19, 1963

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Roman Ongpin
(1847–1912)
Nationalist and philanthropist who helped the revolutionary forces against Spain. Ongpin Monument, Ongpin St. cor. Quintin Paredes Rd. Filipino 2008 Ongpin HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Ang Simbahan ng Binondo Binondo Church Building House of Worship Main church of Binondo district. Established by the Dominicans for the Chinese in 1587. Binondo Church façade, Plaza San Lorenzo Ruiz Filipino May 14, 1971 BinondoChurch HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Ang Tahanan ng Kaanak ni Rizal (1893-1896) (Daang San Jose Ngayo'y Magdalena), Maynila The Rizal Residence (1893-1896) (San Jose Road Now Magdalena), Manila Where Rizal's parents Francisco Mercado Rizal and Teodora Alonzo lived. 525 Magdalena (now Masangkay) Filipino 1963
Tahanan ng Kinamatayan ng Ama ni Rizal House Where the Father of Rizal Died Where the urn of José Rizal's remains were kept and where his father, Francisco Mercado Rizal, died. 619 Estraude Filipino 1960
Tiong Se Academy Chinese school established by Tan Kang, first Chinese consul to the Philippines in 1899 Tiong Se Academy, Sta. Elena St. Filipino June 14, 2013[21]

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William J. Burke
(1873–1946)
The first cardiologist in the Philippines to use the electrocardiograph. Burke Building, Burke St. cor. Escolta St. Filipino February 26, 1993 William J Burke NHCP Historical Marker.png

Ermita

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
Site of the massacre of Vincentian priests and civilians during WWII. English
Site Site Site of the execution of Fr. Gomez, Fr. Burgos, and Fr. Zamora (Collectively known as GOMBURZA). Gomburza execution site, Rizal Park Spanish 1953; February 17, 1998 Gomburza execution 2.jpg
Site Site Site of the execution of Fr. Gomez, Fr. Burgos, and Fr. Zamora (Collectively known as GOMBURZA). Gomburza execution site, Rizal Park English 1990 Gomburza execution.jpg
Scottish Rite Freemasonry building used as a torture center for the Japanese during WWII. Scottish Rite Freemasonry, Taft Avenue English 1995 ScottishRiteUntitledMarker HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Adamson University Building School School established as Adamson School of Industrial Chemistry in 1932 by George Lucas Adamson. Adamson Universtiy Main Building, San Marcelino St. Filipino February 8, 2007

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Ang Aklatang Pambansa The National Library Started as the American Circulating Library, 1900, and was entrusted to the Philippine government in 1901.. National Library, T.M. Kalaw St. Filipino January 1, 1969 National Library historical marker.jpg
Andres Bonifacio Site Monument Founder of the Katipunan, and started the revolution against the Spaniards. Liwasang Bonifacio Filipino November 30, 1979
Andres Bonifacio Site Monument Founder of the Katipunan, advocated for the unification of islands and armed struggle against the Spaniards. Bonifacio Monument, Liwasang Bonifacio Filipino 2013 Andrés Bonifacio historical marker at the Liwasang Bonifacio, Manila.jpg
Angela Valdez Ramos

(1905-1977)

Educator and civic leader. Headed the campaign for women suffrage in the Philippines from 1936-1937. Escoda St. cor. San Marcelino Filipino January 4, 2005
Asilo of San Vicente de Paul Building Orphanage Institution inaugurated July 26, 1885. Became famous for its design and excellence on embroidery and needlework. Asilo de San Vicente de Paul, U.N. Avenue English 1935

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Asociacion Feminista Filipina (Feminist Association of the Philippines) Founded June 30, 1905. Became the first women's club in the Philippines. National Federation of Women's Clubs of the Philippines (NFWC) Building, 962 Josefa Llanes Escoda St.[22] Filipino 1955

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Asociacion Feminista Filipina (Samahang Feminista ng Pilipinas) Feminist Association of the Philippines Founded June 30, 1905. Concepcion Felix became first president. National Federation of Women's Clubs of the Philippines (NFWC) Building, 962 Josefa Llanes Escoda St. English September 21, 2005 Asociacion Feminista Filipina historical marker.jpg
Apolinario Mabini Monument Personage Declared a national monument by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines, March 30, 2015. Mabino Monument, National Library, T.M. Kalaw St. Filipino July 23, 2015

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Botanical Garden Established in 1850 by Governor Fernándo Norzagaray. Arroceros English American era
Boy Scouts of the Philippines Building / Structures Organized as part of the Boy Scouts of America in 1923. The Commonwealth created the Boy Scouts of the Philippines in 1936. Boy Scouts of the Philippines Building English 1956
Bulwagang Lungsod ng Maynila Manila City Hall Building Government Center First city hall of Manila was built as the Ayuntamiento in 1571. Current building was completed in 1941. Manila City Hall Filipino June 24, 1977
Ang Bulwagang Pulungan ng Senado ng Pilipinas The Session Hall of the Senate of the Philippines The session hall of the Senate of the Philippines from 1946 until their relocation to the GSIS Building in 1998. National Museum, P. Burgos Ave. Filipino, English October 16, 1996 SenateSessionHall HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Cannon at the South Side, National Library - Legislative Building Cannon cast at Trubia, Spain. Was used in the battles of the Philippine Revolution and the Philippine–American War National Museum, P. Burgos Ave. English
Cannon on the South Side of the Legislative Building Used at the Cavite arsenal during the Spanish–American War. National Museum, P. Burgos Ave. English
Casino Español de Manila Spanish Casino of Manila Building Social Club Only club by the Spanish living in the Philippines. Established in 1893. Casino Español de Manila, T. M. Kalaw St. Filipino 1993,[23] October 8, 1993 Casino Español Manila NHCP Historical Marker.png
Central United Methodist Church Building House of Worship First Protestant church established in the Philippines. Established on March 5, 1899. Central United Methodist Church façade, T. M. Kalaw St. Filipino May 29, 1985 Historical marker Central United Methodist Church.jpg
Church of San Vicente de Paul Building House of Worship Chapel built in 1883 used as the parish church of Paco from 1898 to 1909. San Marcelino St. English 1935

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Colegio de Santa Isabel First normal school for girls in the Philippines English
Compañia General de Tabacos de Filipinas Tobacco Company of the Philippines Founded in 1881 by the Marqués de Comillas. Played a role in the economic development of the Philippines. Compañia General de Tabacos de Filipinas, Romualdez St. Spanish 1951

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Cosmopolitan Church Building House of worship Protestant church built in 1936 under the Philippine Methodists. Taft Avenue cor. Apacible St. Filipino March 20, 2005 Cosmopolitan Church NHCP Historical Marker.jpg
Elpidio R. Quirino
(1890–1958) [24]
President of the Republic of the Philippines from 1948-1956. Born in Vigan on November 16, 1890. Quirino Grandstand Filipino November 15, 1990 Elpidio Quirino (Quirino Grandstand) historical marker.JPG
Embassy of the United States of America Chancery Opened in 1940 to house the offices and residence of U.S. High Commissioner Francis B. Sayre, U.S. Embassy English September 22, 2005
Ermita Science Community Birthplace of the scientific community, started as Bureau of Government Laboratories in 1901. Site of agencies under the DOST. Pedro Gil St. Filipino February 27, 1992
Fernando Ma. Guerrero Lawyer and poet. Prince of Philippine lyric. Editor at the El Renacimiento. Peralta Apartment Filipino June 12, 1983
The First Congress of the Republic of the Philippines
1946 ~ 1949
Members of the First Congress of the Republic of the Philippines from 1946 to 1949. Rizal Park flagpole, Roxas Blvd. English 1946; January 27, 2010[1]

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Girl Scouts of the Philippines Scouting movement for girls established by Josefa Llanes Escoda. GSP National Headquarters, 901 Padre Faura St. Filipino December 28, 1990

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Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of the Philippines Primary, independent, and national masonic institute. Established on December 19, 1912 with the permission of the Grand Lodge of California. San Marcelino Filipino December 19, 1987
Gusaling Army and Navy Club Army and Navy Club Building Declared as a national historical landmark by the NHCP. Rizal Park Hotel (Manila Army and Navy Club), South Drive Filipino June 29, 1991

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Gusaling Army and Navy Club Army and Navy Club Building Designed by William E. Parsons. Reconstructed in 1945. Rizal Park Hotel (Manila Army and Navy Club Building), South Drive Filipino and English 2018
Gusali ng Dulaang Metropolitan Metropolitan Theater Building Declared as a national historical landmark by the NHCP. Metropolitan Theater Filipino 1976
Gusali ng Elks Club Elks Club Building Building Clubhouse Currently as the Children's Museum of Manila. Designed by William E. Parsons in 1907. Museo Pambata, Roxas Boulevard English November 2002 Gusali ng Elks Club historical marker.jpg
Gusali ng Lungsod ng Maynila Manila City Hall First city hall building constructed on this site was completed in 1904. Inside Manila City Hall Filipino 1977 GusaliNgLungsodNgMaynila HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Harris Memorial College Oldest center of Bible training center of the Methodists for girls in Southeast Asia. Taft Ave. Filipino October 24, 1986
Dr. Honorato L. Quisumbing Site where he was felled by sniper while attending to the sick. Philippine General Hospital (currently within NHCP storage) English
Ang Kapilya ng Ermita Ermita Chapel Declared as a national historical landmark by the NHCP. Filipino August 28, 1989
Kolehiyo ng Medisina ng U.P. U.P. College of Medicine Established on December 1, 1905. Merged with the University of the Philippines and became the College of Medicine and Surgery of March 1, 1923. Pedro Gil St. Filipino July 1, 1993
League of Woman Voters of the Philippines, Inc. (LWVP) Organization established to promote women participation in the government. National Museum, Taft Ave. cor. Padre Burgos St. Filipino July 15, 1967 LWVP HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Leon Ma. Guerrero (1915 - 1962) Diplomat, writer, nationalist. Wrote the distinguished Rizal biography. Nuestra Señora de Guia Plaza Filipino June 24, 1953 Leon Ma. Guerrero (1915–1982).jpg
Leon Maria Guerrero
(1853–1935)
Site Site First Filipino botanist and pharmaceutic. Served as the Secretary of Agriculture, Industry and Commerce of Emilio Aguinaldo. Mehan Garden, Padre Burgos Avenue Filipino 1982 LeonMariaGuerrero HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Luis Eligio Guerrero 1874 - 1950 Writer and doctor who treated many children against beri-beri, malaria, and chickenpox. United Nations Ave. Filipino December 1, 1974
Luneta Hotel Designed by Salvador Farre, an example of French Renaissance architecture. Luneta Hotel, T. M. Kalaw St. Filipino May 9, 2014 Luneta Hotel historical marker.jpg
Manila Metropolitan Theater Building Theater Intended as the National Theater. Designed by architect Juan Arellano. Metropolitan Theater Filipino 1976, 1988 Metroplolitan Theater historical marker.jpg
Manuel Araullo y Gonzales
(1853–1924)
Structure Monument Third Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Adviser of General Elwell Otis Araullo High School Filipino February 16, 2002 ManuelAraullo HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Manuel Acuña Roxas (1892–1948) Orator and statesman. President of the Philippines from 1946-1948. Roxas Monument, Roxas Blvd. Filipino 1989 Manuel Acuña Roxas (1892 - 1948) Roxas blvd marker.jpg
Manuel S. Guerrero (1877–1919) Father of Beriberi studies for the infants in the Philippines. One of the founders of Gota de Leche. Nuestra Señora de Guia Plaza Filipino January 8, 1984 Manuel S. Guerrero (1877 - 1919).jpg
Mataas na Paaralang Araullo Araullo High School Establish by the Americans as part of Manila High School on June 11, 1908. Araullo High School, Taft Ave. Filipino February 13, 1992 AraulloHS HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Manila Science High School Began as a Special Science Class (SSC) of the Manila High School. H. A. Bordner Building, Taft Avenue Filipino October 12, 2013
Military Hospital of Manila Sternberg Hospital Formerly located near the Santa Clara Convent. Utilized under the Spanish and American regimes. English
The Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of the Philippines Organization Established December 12, 1912. Dr. Harry Eugene Stafford as first Grand Master. F. Benitez St. Filipino, English December 12, 2012

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National Federation of Women’s Club in the Philippines Established on February 5, 1921. Manila Hotel Filipino June 19, 2002
National Historical Institute Building Government Office Established as Historical Research and Markers Committee on October 23, 1993. NHCP Building, T.M. Kalaw St. Filipino December 30, 1995 National Historical Institute NHCP Historical Marker.jpg
Old Legislative Building First built as a library in 1918. Constructed under the designs of Ralph Harrington Doane and Antonio Toledo. National Museum, P. Burgos Ave. Filipino 2010 OldLegislativeBuilding HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Pamantasang Teknolohikal ng Pilipinas Technological University of the Philippines Established as Manila trade school on January 21, 1901. First formally opened in Intramuros in September 1901. Technological University of the Philippines Filipino December 3, 2001
Ang Pambansang Bantayog ni
Jose Rizal

1913
The National Monument of José Rizal 1913 The national monument of Rizal designed by Richard Kissling. In front of Rizal Monument, Rizal Park Filipino, English December 30, 2013 RizalMonument HistoricalMarker Manila cropped.jpg

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Ang Pambansang Museo The National Museum Building Government Center, Museum Institution established on October 29, 1901 as Insular Museum of Ethnology, Natural History, and Commerce. National Museum (Old Legislative Building) Filipino October 29, 2001 NationalMuseum HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Philippine General Hospital Building Hospital Chief government hospital of the Philippines. Established in 1907. Philippine General Hospital main building, Taft Avenue Filipino September 1, 1992 PGH HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Philippine Normal College Opened on September 1, 1901 in Escuela Municipal, Intramuros. Moved to its current location in 1912. Philippine Normal University, Taft Avenue English 1952

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Philippine Normal University
(1901 - 2001)
Established January 21, 1901 as Philippine Normal School. Moved to its current location in 1912. Philippine Normal University, Taft Avenue Filipino September 1, 2001 PhilNormalUniv HistoricalMarker Manila fixed perspective.jpg
Philippine National Red Cross Organized as a branch of American Red Cross on August 30, 1905. Taft Ave. cor. U.N. Avenue English 1955
Philippine Post Office Building Post Office Primary postal service building of the Philippines. Established as Manila Post Office in 1767. Manila Post Office Building, Liwasang Bonifacio Filipino June 2, 1994 Philippine Post Office historical marker.jpg
Philippine School of Arts and Trades Established in 1901. Moved to present site in 1916. Destroyed during WWII and rehabilitated in 1951. PSAT site, Ayala Ave. English 1952
Plaza Olivia Salamanca Site Plaza In memory of Olivia Salamanca, M.D., pioneer woman physician of the Philippines Taft Ave. cor. United Nations Ave. English 1955 Plaza Olivia Salamanca historical marker.jpg
Punong Himpilan ng Hukbong Pampulisya ng Maynila[25] Main Headquarters of Manila Police Force Established as the first Manila civil police in 1901 under the proclamation of Governor William H. Taft. Manila Police Department, United Nations Ave. Filipino August 7, 2017 Punong Himpilan ng Hukbong Pampulisya ng Maynila NHCP Historical Marker.jpg
Pook na Pinagbarilan kay Rizal Rizal's Execution Site Site Site Where Rizal was executed for his alleged treason against Spain. Rizal Park Filipino, English December 20, 1996 Rizal execution English and FIlipino (Tagalog).jpg
Rafael Palma Writer, educator, scholar, statesman, and senator. Delegate of Cavite during the First Philippine Assembly. University of the Philippines - Manila, Padre Faura Filipino October 24, 1974
Rizal Fountain Structure Fountain Fountain used by Rizal while in Wilhemsfeld, Germany, where in 1886, finished the last chapters of Noli Me Tángere. Rizal Park Filipino December 30, 2011 Rizal fountain.jpg
Rotary Club of Manila First club in the Philippines and Asia, established by Leon Lambert and four other Americans, 1919. Manila Hotel Filipino January 28, 1994
Samahang Pang-hukbong Katihan at Pandagat ng Maynila (Army and Navy Club Building) Building Clubhouse Established in 1898. Moved from its former site in Intramuros in 1911 under the plans of Daniel Burnham. South Boulevard English January 6, 1979; June 29, 1992
Sa mga Bayani ng Lungsod ng Maynila To the Heroes of the City of Manila Remembrance memorial to the heroes of Manila during the Second World War. In front of Manila City Hall Filipino February 3, 1993 SaMgaBayaniNgLungsodNgMaynila HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Santa Isabel College Founded in 1594 by the Hermandad de la Misericordia mainly for orphaned Spanish girls. Santa Isabel College, Taft Avenue English September 14, 1947 StaIsabel HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Simbahan at Kumbento ng San Juan Bautista de Bagumbayan Church and Convent of San Juan Bautista de Bagumbayan Site Site First church and convent of the Augustinian Recollects in the Philippines. Rizal Park English December 7, 2006 Site of San Juan de Bagumbayan Church and Convent Historical Marker.jpg
Ang Simbahan ng Nuestra Señora de Guia Nuestra Señora de Guia Church Building House of Worship Built in 1606. Nuestra Señora de Guia was crowned by Rufino Cardinal Santos on May 16, 1971, with the golden crown from Pope Paul VI. Mabini St. Filipino May 19, 1971 Ang Simbahan ng Nuestra Señora de Guia historical marker.jpg
Sinupang Pambansa National Archives Association / Institution / Organization Government Office Archival institution was established on October 21, 1901. West Wing, National Library Bldg., T.M. Kalaw, Ave. Filipino May 25, 1971 SinupangPambansa HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Site of the Former Colegio de San Pedro Martir Church and convent of the Parian. Built by the Dominicans in 1588, English
Site of the Inauguration of the Commonwealth of the Philippines Where Manuel Quezon was Inaugurated as first president of the Commonwealth. National Museum, P. Burgos Ave. English American era
Sixto Ylagan Orosa y Agoncillo Instituted 14 Red Cross emergency hospitals in Manila during WWII. TNL Building Filipino December 12, 1991
Technological University of the Philippines Building School Established as Manila Trade School. Technological University of the Philippines Filipino December 3, 2001
Trece Martires de Bagumbayan Thirteen Martyrs of Bagumbayan Thirteen patriots were martyred by the Spanish on January 11, 1897. Japanese Garden, Rizal Park English 1999 Trece Martires de Bagumbayan (Thirteen Martyrs of Bagumbayan) Historical Marker, Luneta.jpg
Trinidad F. Legarda

(1899-1998)

First female ambassador of the Philippines. Campaigned for women suffrage in 1937. NFWC Building, 960 Escoda Filipino March 28, 1999 Trinidad Legarda marker.jpg
Unang Konsulado Heneral ng Australia sa Pilipinas First Consul General of Australia in the Philippines Established on May 22, 1946 on the first floor of the Manila Hotel. Heritage Museum, Manila Hotel Filipino May 22, 2017 Unang Konsulado Heneral ng Australia sa Pilipinas NHCP Historical Marker.jpg
Ang Unang Punong Himpilan ng Panlungsod na Hubong Pampulisya ng Maynila The First Main Headquarters of the City Police Force of Manila Established on January 9, 1901. Evolved into the Western Police District. Western Polive District, U.N. Ave. Filipino January 6, 2001
United Nations Plaza Dedicated by the City of Manila to the United Nations. On International Day July 10, 1951, the UN flag was raised here. U.N. Avenue English 1951
"Where Marcos Was Confined" The room where President Ferdinand Marcos was confined for the illness contracted during his WWII army service (most probably a hoax) Ward 8, Philippine General Hospital, Taft Ave. Filipino 1966
Young Men's Christian Association Organized in 1910, helped in promoting athletic interest in the Philippines. YMCA Building, Arroceros St. English 1961

Intramuros

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
Manila Cathedral destroyed during WWII. Manila Cathedral site ruins English 1949
Santo Domingo Church destroyed during WWII. Santo Domingo Church site ruins English 1949
Building School College of Manila built by the Jesuits in 1595. Where Rizal was tried on December 27, 1896. Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila, General Luna cor. Muralla Sts. English 1968 University of San Ignacio historical marker in Intramuros, Manila.jpg
Ang Akwaryum The Aquarium Structure Aquarium Fortification-gateway of Puerta Real built in 1771, became city aquarium after entrance to Intramuros was altered in 1902. Revellin de Puerta Real del Bagumbayan (Puerta Real Gardens), Gen. Luna St. Filipino April 23, 1968
Aquarium English American era
Araullo High School Was a municipal school for girls from 1892-1899. Became Manila High School. English
Archconfraternity of Nuestra Señora de Aranzazu Building School Archconfraternity of Nuestra Señora de Aranzazu established in the College of San Juan de Letran. Colegio de San Juan de Letran English 1939 Archconfraternity of Nuestra Señora de Aranzazu.jpg
Ateneo de Manila Site School Formerly Escuela Pia, founded by the Jesuits in 1859. Became Ateneo Municipal de Manila in 1865. (currently within NHCP storage) original location: Ateneo de Manila, Arzobispo St. English 1935

Ateneo de Manila HistoricalMarker NHCPStorageManila.JPG

At the Corner of Gen. Luna and Victoria Was occupied by three Jesuit institutions: Real y Pontifica Universidad de San Ignacio, Colegio de San Jose, and Real Colegio de San Felipe. Cor. Gen. Luna and Victoria English
Bastion San Andres or San Nicolas Protected the city from invasions from the Chinese and other powers. English
Beaterio Founded by Ignacia del Espíritu Santo. Canonically approved by the Holy See on March 24, 1931. English
Bastion San Diego Completed in 1644. The British captured Manila in 1762 by capturing this bastion. English
Benigno S. Aquino, Jr.
"Ninoy"

(1932–1983)
Tarlac governor who became senator. A political opponent of Ferdinand Marcos. Ninoy Aquino Monument, Padre Burgos Ave. Filipino Ninoy HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Boy's Singing School Founded by the Archbishop of Manila in 1742. Soprano voices were trained. English
Casas Consistoriales (Ayuntamiento) The Old City Hall of Manila. First constructed from 1735-1738. Bureau of Treasury (Ayuntamiento), Plaza Roma, Cabildo St. Filipino September 1989 Historical marker Ayuntamiento.jpg
Ang Chamber of Commerce of the Philippine Islands[26] The Chamber of Commerce of the Philippine Islands Established in April 19, 1886 to improve commerce, industry, and trade in the country. Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines Foundation, Inc., Magallanes Dr. Filipino, Spanish, English November 20, 2014[27]

The Chamber of Commerce of the Philippine Islands Historical Marker (Set).jpg

Ang Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines Foundation, Inc. The Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines Foundation, Inc. Established in April 19, 1886 to improve commerce, industry, and trade in the country. Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines Foundation, Inc., Magallanes Dr. Filipino November 15, 2003 Ang Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines Foundation, Inc..jpg
Church of Recoletos First erected in 1608 by the Recollects through the generosity of Bernadino del Castillo Maldonado. A church was reconstructed in 1780. Recolect Church (destroyed during WWII, now inexistent) English American era
Church of San Agustin Building House of Worship Oldest stone church built in the Philippines. Terms for the American Occupation were signed at the vestry on August 1898. San Agustin Church English 1934
Church of San Agustin Building House of Worship Oldest stone church built in the Philippines. Completed in 1607. San Agustin Church English 1998 Historical marker San Agustin Church.jpg
Church of Sto. Domingo First chapel inaugurated on January 1, 1588. Home of the Nuestra Señora del Rosario. Old Sto. Domingo Church site English American era
Church of the Third Order of the Franciscans Founded about 1611 by the Third Order of Saint Francis. First chapel built in 1618. Third Order of the Franciscans Church (destroyed during WWII, now inexistent) English American era
College of San Juan de Letran Building School School founded in 1630 by Diego de Santamaria, O.P. Moved from its site in Parian in 1648. Colegio de San Juan de Letran,151 Muralla St. English 1941 Colegio de San Juan de Letran historical marker.JPG
Colegio de Santa Rosa Sta. Rosa College Established in 1750 by Mother Paula de la Santisima Trinidad as Beaterio y Casa de Enseñanza. Colegio de Santa Rosa Filipino August 25, 1979 Historical marker Colegio de Sta. Rosa.jpg
Cuartel de Santa Lucia (Santa Lucia Barracks) Structure Ruins Built under Governor General Jose y Vargas, this gate became the barracks for the Philippine Constabulary. Santa Lucia St. Filipino August 4, 1990 Cuartel de Santa Lucia NHCP Historical Marker.png
Dambana ng Kalayaan Independence Shrine In memory of Rizal and those who fought for the independence of the country. Rizal Shrine, Fort Santiago Filipino December 30, 1972
Dambanang Rizal sa Fort Santiago Rizal Shrine in Fort Santiago Fort where José Rizal was imprisoned before his execution in Luneta, became a shrine for Rizal. Rizal Shrine, Fort Santiago Filipino 2013 Dambanang Rizal sa Fort Santiago.jpg
Daughters of Charity Social and religious mission established by the Vincentians under the command of Queen Isabela II. CBCP Headquarters, Gen. Luna St. Filipino July 22, 1987 01995jfManila Cathedral Intramuros Manila Streets Landmarksfvf 19.jpg
El Parian Former site of the Chinese suburb. Finally destroyed in 1860. Padre Burgos St. English 1949
Father Burgos' Residence Where Father Burgos lived in 1872, the parish priest of Parroquia de San Pedro. Cabildo St. English
Fernanda Balboa
1902 - 1999
Civic leader and the one behind the law creating Women's and Minor's Bureau. Department of Labor and Employment, Muralla St. Filipino October 8, 2002 Fernanda Balboa 1902 - 1999.jpg
Former Military Chapel Chapel where the Gomburza were detained before their execution. English
Former Site of San Juan de Letran College English
Fort Santiago Structure Fortification Foremost fort in the Intramuros built in place of the wooden palisade of Raja Matanda. Sta. Clara St. English 1934 Historical marker Fort Santiago.jpg
Former Palace of the Governors General Building Government Office Residence of the Governor-General of the Philippines. Residence of the Philippine chief executive moved to Malacañang after the 1863 earthquake. Plaza Roma Filipino 1936 Historical marker Palacio del Gobernador.jpg
Franciscan Church[28] First chapel constructed of nipa and bamboo in 1577. Damaged in 1824. San Francisco Church (destroyed during WWII, now inexistent) English 1935
In Memory of the Victims at Fort Santiago Structure Memorial Monument to the victims of Japanese violence inside the Fort in World War II. Fort Santiago English 1995 World War II Victims at Fort Santiago historical marker.png
Intendencia Building Construction was authorized on April 3, 1823. Present building designed by Luis Cespedes and built by Luis Perez Sionjue from 1874-1876. Former building of the Central Bank of the Philippines, Aduana St. English 1935
Jesuit Church of San Ignacio Designed by architect Felix Roxas. Woodwork done by Isabelo Tampinco. Jesuit/San Ignacio Church (now being reconstructed), Arzobispo St. English
Jose P. Laurel
(1891–1959)
Structure Monument Jurist and statesman. President of the Second Philippine Republic. Lyceum of the Philippines University, Muralla St. Filipino 1991 Jose P. Laurel (1891 - 1959).jpg
Juan Luna y Novicio
(1857–1899)
Structure Monument Revolutionary painter, patriot and diplomat. Famous for the Spoliarium. Juan Luna Monument, Gen. Luna St. Filipino, English December 14, 1985 Juan Luna historical marker.jpgJuanLuna HistoricalMarker Manila Fil.jpg
Knights of Columbus Manila Council No. 1000 Building / Structures Organization Established in 1905. Organized multiple chapters outside Manila in the 1920s. Knights of Columbus Building, Gen. Luna St. Filipino June 4, 2013 [29] Knights of Columbus Manila Council historical marker.JPG
Madre Ignacia del Espiritu Santo Mother Ignacia del Espiritu Santo Founder of the Religious of the Virgin Mary. Founder of the first movement for the religious training of women in the world. Bagumbayan Light and Sound Museum, Victoria St. Filipino March 4, 1980 Mother Ignacia Historical Marker, Manila.jpg
Manila High School Building School Established by the Spanish in 1892. Became the first school established by the Americans during their occupation. Victoria St. cor. Muralla St. Filipino February 26, 1982
Memorare - Manila 1945 Structure Monument Dedicated to more than 100,000 civilians who were killed in the Liberation of Manila. Gen. Luna St. English 1996 Historical marker Memorare Manila 1945.jpg
Memorare

Mga Tomasino na Lumagda sa Saligang Batas ng Pilipinas ng 1899

Memorare

The Thomasians who Signed the Philippine Constitution of 1899

Dedicated to the Thomasians who signed the constitution of the first republic in Asia. Filipino January 25, 2002
Mint Former place where the Philippine currency was minted. Aduana English American era
National Press Club Established in 1952. Angel Nakpil designed the building in 1955. National Press Club Building, Magallanes Dr. Filipino May 3, 2006 NatPressClub HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Padre Jose A. Burgos Father Jose A. Burgos Where Father Burgos lived from 1865-1872. He worked for reforms for the Catholic Church in the Philippines. Cabildo St. Filipino 1984 Padre Jose Burgos in Cabildo.jpg
Pag-aaklas ng Rehimyento ng Tayabas Mutiny of the Tayabas Regiment Mutiny of the Tayabas regiment under Sergeant Samaniego at Fort Santiago to give justice for the unjust execution of the Spaniards to Apolinario de la Cruz and other members of Confradia de San Jose. Rizal Shrine, Fort Santiago Filipino January 19, 2018

Pag-aaklas ng Rehimyento ng Tayabas NHCP historical marker.jpg

Ang Pagpapalaya ng Maynila The Liberation of Manila Site Site For the liberation of Manila under the joint Filipino and American troops. COMELEC Annex, Postigo St. Filipino February 3, 1989 Pagpapalaya sa Maynila.jpg
Parian Gate Structure Gateway Gate between Inramuros and the Parian. Named officially in 1782. Muralla St. English
Philippine Law School Founded by Mariano P. Jhocson in 1915. Became the College of Law of National University in 1921. English December 1, 1998
Pintong Isabela II Isabela II Gate Structure Gateway The gate of Intramuros facing the Pasig River. Named after Queen Isabella II. Magallanes Dr. Filipino December 8, 1968 Pintong Isabella II.jpg
Pintong Postigo Posterior Gate Structure Gateway The third gate of Intramuros facing Manila Bay, located near the governor-general palace. Postigo cor. Arzobispo Sts. Filipino 1968 Postigo Gate historical marker in Intramuros, Manila.jpg
Pintong Real Royal Gate Structure Gateway The second gate of Intramuros facing south. Rebuilt in 1968 after WWII. Muralla St. Filipino December 8, 1968 Pintong Real (Royal Gate) NHCP Historical Marker.jpg
Pintong Sta. Lucia Sta. Lucia Gate Structure Gateway The second gate of Intramuros facing Manila Bay. Was constructed again in 1781. Bonifacio Dr. Filipino 1968 Pintong Sta. Lucia.jpg
Plaza McKinley[30] Renamed in 1901 after William McKinley, the U.S. President during the start of the American occupation of 1898. Plaza Roma English 1934
Ang Pook na Kinatatayuan ng Unang Seminaryong Diyosesano ng Pilipinas The Site of the First Diocesan Seminary in the Philippines The first diocesan seminary in the Philippines, established under the decree of Philip V dated April 28, 1702. Plaza Willard, Arzobispo St. Filipino September 23, 2000 First Diocesan Seminary site historical marker in Manila.jpg
Pook na Pinaglibingan kay Madre Francisca del Espiritu Santo Burial Site of Mother Ignacia del Espiritu Santo Where Mother Ignacia was buried during the afternoon of August 24, 1711. Colegio de San Juan de Letran Filipino August 24, 2000 Pook na Pinaglibingan kay Madre Francisca del Espiritu Santo.jpg
Powder Magazine Placed by Field Marshall Fernándo Valdés y Tamon, former governor general of the Philippines English
Prison Cell of Jose Rizal Building Prison Cell, NHCP Museum Prison cell where Rizal was detained as prisoner from November 3 to December 29. Rizal Shrine, Fort Santiago English 1959 Historical marker Rizal Prison Cell.jpg
Puerta Real - Royal Gateway Through this gate Spanish governors and archbishops made their official entry into the city Puerta Real English
Roman Catholic Cathedral of Manila Building House of Worship The main building for the Archdiocese of Manila. First cathedral built in 1581. Manila Cathedral English 1934[31]
Roman Catholic Cathedral of Manila Building House of Worship The main building for the Archdiocese of Manila. First cathedral built in 1581. Manila Cathedral English 1958 Roman Catholic Cathedral of Manila historical marker (corrected).jpg
Santa Clara Convent Church built in 1622. Founded on April 28, 1620 by Geronima de la Asuncion who came from Toledo, Spain. English
Santa Potenciana College Former site of the college founded in 1591. Destroyed in 1762 because of the British invasion. English
Santa Rosa Beaterio and College for Girls Founded about 1750 by the Dominican Tertiary Paula de la Santisima Trinidad. English
Santisimo Rosario College Founded by the Rev. Vicente Istegui, O.P. in 1890 for the education of girls. English
Simbahan at Kumbento ng Recoletos Church and Convent of the Recolects Site Site Place where the church and convent of the Recollects were built Recoletos cor. Muralla Sts. Filipino December 7, 2006

Simbahan at Kumbento ng Recoletos Marker.jpg

Site of the Former Church of San Juan de Dios Hospitalarios de San Juan de Dios took over the Hospital de la Misericordia on March 31, 1656. English
Tenaza Real Santiago Designed and constructed between 1662 and 1671. Built fortifications as anticipations of the attacks of Kuesing. English
Tomas Mapua
(1888–1965)
Building School Educator and first registered Filipino architect. Established Mapúa Institute of Technology Mapúa University Filipino, English December 21, 1989 Tomas Mapua (1888 - 1965).jpg
Unibersidad ng Santo Tomas University of Santo Tomas Site School Foundation place of the University of Santo Tomas. Established on April 28, 1611. Solana St. Filipino January 25, 2002 USTFoundationSite HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
University of Santo Tomas Building / Structures School Founded in 1611 by the legacy of Archbishop Miguel de Benavides. Old UST entrance site, Postigo St. English 1934[32]

Malate

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
The Aristocrat [33] Famous historical restaurant, which started as an old food cart by Engracia Cruz-Reyes. The Aristocrat, Roxas Blvd. Filipino 2013 The Aristocrat.jpg
Chapel of the Crucified Christ
St. Paul University Manila
Building House of Worship Church built according to the designs of architect Andres Luna de San Pedro. St. Paul University, Pedro Gil St. Filipino November 23, 2007

Chapel of the Crucified Christ (St. Paul Manila) historical marker.jpg

Church of Malate Building House of Worship City section as far back as 1588. Home of the Nuestra Señora de los Remedios. Malate Church, M.H. del Pilar St. English 1937 Church of Malate historical marker 2.jpg
Concepción Felix Rodriguez (1884–1967) Women's rights activist. Born in Tondo, Manila on February 9, 1884. CWL Building, Escoda St. Filipino February 9, 1981
De La Salle University - Manila Established in 1911 under the De La Salle Brothers in Calle Nozaleda, Paco. De La Salle University - Manila, Taft Ave. Filipino 2012 DLSU HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Ellinwood Malate Church Building House of Worship Presbyterian church built in Malate in 1907. Founding site of the United Church of Christ in the Philippines (UCCP). 1660 Dr. Antonio Vasquez St. Filipino 2007
Elpidio R. Quirino Structure Monument President of the Republic of the Philippines from 1948-1956. Born in Vigan on November 16, 1890. Quirino Ave. cor. Roxas Blvd. Filipino, English March 1, 1994
Engracia Cruz Reyes (1892–1975) Restaurant and Philippine cuisine pioneer and restaurant mogul. Plaza Rajah Sulayman Filipino July 12, 1992 Engracia Cruz Reyes (1892–1975) historical marker.jpg
Felipe Encarnacion Agoncillo at Marcela Mariño Agoncillo Felipe Encarnacion Agoncillo and Marcela Mariño Agoncillo Residence of the first Filipino diplomat and his wife who made the first Philippine flag 2020 M.H. del Pilar St. Filipino May 26, 1990

Agoncillo marker.jpg

Fort San Antonio Abad Structure Fortification Fort with origins dating back to 1584. Became a British garrison in 1762. BSP Grounds, Apolinario Mabini cor. Pablo Ocampo Sts. English 1937 Fort of San Antonio Abad - historic plaque.JPG
Heneral Vicente Lim

(1888-1944)

General Vicente Lum

(1888-1944)

Co-founder of the Boy Scouts of the Philippines. Was executed by Japanese soldiers at Chinese Cemetery in 1944. Vito Cruz Filipino March 20, 1995
Honoria Acosta Sison First Filipina Doctor. Established and became first president of both the Asociacion de Damas de Filipinas and Philippine Obstetrical and Gynecological Society. Taft Ave. Filipino December 20, 1988 HonoriaAcostaSison HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Josefa Jara Martinez

(1894-1987)

Teacher and first social worker in the country. Authored The Evolution of Philippine Social Work. Philippine Women's University, Taft Ave. Filipino October 10, 1994
Jose P. Laurel
(1891–1959)
President of the Second Philippine Republic from 1943-1945. Laurel Monument, Roxas Blvd. Filipino Jose P. Laurel (1891 - 1959) Roxas blvd.jpg
Manila Yacht Club Building Social Club Founded by James C. Rockwell, Joseph a Thomas, Abrey P. Ames, Stewart A. Taite, and A.S. Heyward in January 290, 1927. Manila Yacht Club, Roxas Blvd. Filipino, English July 20, 2006 ManilaYachtClub HistoricalMarker Manila.JPG
Maria Orosa y Ylagan Great chemist and food pharmaceutic. Served the secret organizations during WWII. Bureau of Plant Industry Filipino November 29, 1983
Masoneriyang Scottish Rite Scottish Rite Freemasonry Scottish Rite Freemasonry building in Manila. First organized in 1910. Scottish Rite Freemasonry, Taft Ave. Filipino, English March 15, 1991 ScottishRite HistoricalMarker Manila Eng.jpg
Memorare Dedicated to Spanish and Filipino sailors who died during the Battle of Manila Bay on May 1, 1898. Philippine Navy Headquarters, Roxas Blvd. English February 12, 1998
Memorare Monument dedicated as memorial to the atrocities committed to comfort women during WWII. Filipina Comfort Women Statue, Baywalk, Roxas Blvd. Filipino December 8, 2017

removed April 27, 2018

Comfort women Memorare historical marker.jpg
Orosa Memorial Building In memory of Maria Ylagan Orosa. Guerilla worker who died in line of duty on February 13, 1945. Josefa Llanes Escoda St. (California St.)
Pablo Ocampo (1853–1925) Statesman, one of the secretaries of the Malolos Convention. Pablo Ocampo (formerly Vito Cruz) cor. M. Adriatico Sts. Filipino June 11, 1991 Pablo Ocampo (1853 - 1925).jpg
The Philippine Women's University Founded as Philippine Women's College, 1919. First university for home economics. Philippine Women's University, Taft Ave. English 1952 PWU HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Ramon Magsaysay (1907–1957) President of the Philippines from 1953-1957. Magsaysay Monument, Roxas Blvd. Filipino and English 2007 Ramon Magsaysay (1907 - 1957) Roxas blvd.jpg
Severina Luna-Orosa Writer, civic leader, and one of the first female doctors. Born on February 11, 1890 in Balayan, Batangas. Luna Orosa Building, Remedios St. cor. Taft Ave. Filipino December 20, 1990
St. Cecilia's Hall Building Theater Founded by Sister Baptista M. Battig, O.S.B. in 1907. Destroyed during the Liberation of Manila and rebuilt in 1955. St. Scholastica's College English July 19, 1999
St. Scholastica's College[34] Founded by the Benedictine Sisters of Tutzing, Germany. First established along Moriones St., Tondo on December 3, 1906. St. Scholastica's College Filipino 2007

Paco

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
Concordia College established by Margarita Roxas de Ayala in 1868. Concordia College, Herran St. (now Pedro Gil St.) English 1934 Concordia College Marker.jpg
Asociacion de Damas de Filipinas, Inc.

Settlement House

Established on September 26, 1913. Honoria Acosta became the first president. Became a house for the orphaned. 1451, Pres. Quirino Ave. Filipino September 26, 1998 Associacion de Damas de Filipinas historical marker.jpg
Church of Dilao-Paco First church built from 1599-1601. Present church was blessed on April 29, 1934. Paco Church, Paz St. English 1936 SanFernandodeDilaoChurchjf0713 02.JPG
Concordia College Established by Margarita Roxas de Ayala in 1868. Where José Rizal met his sweethearts Segunda Katigbak and Leonor Rivera. Concordia College, Herran St. (now Pedro Gil St.) English September 14, 1996

Concordia College Marker 2.jpg

Jose Rizal Site Burial Site Site of Rizal's original grave site, where his body was interred secretly. Paco Cemetery English 1957 JoseRizalOriginalGaveSite HistoricalMarker Manila.JPG
Looban College The grounds were donated to the Sisters of Charity for the education of poor girls under Asuncion Ventura. Inaugurated on July 26, 1885. United Nations Ave. English 1936
Lord Justo Ukon Takayama
(1552–1615)
Site Plaza Leader of the first group of Christianized Japanese that were banished to the Philippines in 1614. Plaza Dilao Filipino November 17, 1992 Takayama Marker.jpg
Manuel Acuña Roxas Orator, statesman, economist, and nationalist. Born in Capiz, Capiz on January 1, 1892. Manuel Roxas High School, Quirino Ave. Filipino June 21, 1989
Memorare Site of the grave of Gomburza (Frs. José Burgos, Mariano Gómez, and Jacinto Zamora). Paco Park English February 17, 1998 GOMBURZAMemorare HistoricalMarker Manila.JPG
Paco Cemetery Structure Cemetery Completed shortly previous to the cholera epidemic of 1820. Where José Rizal's remains were interred from 1898-1912. Paco Park gate, Gen. Luna St. English 1938 Paco Cemetery historical marker in Manila.jpg
Philippine Columbian Association Organized in 1907. Intended to promote relations of Filipinos to foreign nationals. Philippine Columbian Association, Quirino Ave. Extension English 1960 Philippine Columbian Association Marker.jpg
President Sergio Osmeña Highway Name of South Superhighway changed to President Sergio Osmeña Highway through Republic Act No. 6760. Quirino Avenue and South Superhighway (currently within NHCP storage) Filipino October 19, 1989
Simbahan ng Birhen ng Peñafrancia[35] Church of the Virgin of Peñafrancia First built of light materials in 1697, when Peñafrancia was a sitio of the old town of Dilao (Paco). Peñafrancia de Paco Church side, Gomez St. Filipino July 4, 1979

Peñafrancia de Manila Marker.jpg

Simbahan ng San Fernando de Dilao ng Paco Church of San Fernando de Dilao of Paco First stone church built by Fray Juan de Garrovillas, OFM, from 1599-1601. Paco Church, Paz St. Filipino August 22, 1999 San Fernando de Dilao Church historical marker.jpg
Tahanan ni Jose P. Laurel

Pangulo, Ikalawang Republika ng Pilipinas

(1943-1945)

Ancestral House of Jose P. Laurel

President, Second Republic of the Philippines

(1943-1945)

Building House First built in 1864. Residence of Jose P. Laurel from 1926 to 1955. Peñafrancia St. cor Sto. Sepulcro Filipino, English March 8, 1998

Marker Laurel 1.JPGMarker Laurel 2.JPG

Pandacan

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
Building House Birthplace of Father Jacinto Zamora, born on August 14, 1835. Zamora Plaza, Teodoro San Luis St. Filipino 1954

Zamora Marker.jpg

Formerly named Nagtahan, renamed as Mabini Bridge by Ferdinand Marcos on the 103th birth anniversary of Apolinario Mabini.. Nagtahan Bridge site Filipino 1967
Church of Pandacan Pandacan Church English
Ladislao Bonus (1854 - 1908) Father of Philippine Opera. Musical expert, composer, and music teacher. Teodoro San Luis St. Filipino June 27, 1980

Ladislao Bonus Marker.jpg

Maria Paz Mendoza-Guazon
(1884–1967)
Structure Monument Educator and doctor born in Pandacan, Manila on May 10, 1884. Island Park, Pres. Quirino Ave. Filipino May 26, 1984 Maria Paz Mendoza-Guazon historical marker in Manila.jpg
Simbahan ng Pandakan Pandacan Church Building House of Worship Built in 1732 by Fr. Francisco del Rosario, O.F.M. Structure was finished in 1760. Pandacan Church façade, Jesus St. Filipino July 13, 1976

Ang Simbahan ng Pandakan historical marker.jpg

Port Area

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
Ang Base ng Patrulyang Pambaybayin The Headquarters of the Coast Guard First built in February 9, 1939. Became the foundation of the Philippine Navy. Muelle de Codo Filipino February 9, 1976
Order of the Knights of Rizal Established in 1909 by Coronel Antonio C. Torres to venerate Rizal's execution and martyrdom. Knights of Rizal Bldg. A. Bonifacio St. Filipino June 14, 1992 Order of the Knights of Rizal NHCP Historical Marker.jpg
Bureau of Customs Established November 30, 1898. Reestablished on March 3, 1902. Bureau of Customs Building Filipino February 6, 2002
Bureau of Quarantine Formerly the Bureau of Quarantine and International Health Surveillance Bureau of Quarantine Building Filipino June 14, 2007

Quiapo

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
Aserradora Mecanica de Tuason y Sampedro Tuason and Sampedro Sawmill Mechanics First mechanical timber company in the Philippines, opened in 1880. Globo de Oro cor. Gunao Sts. (currently within NHCP storage) Spanish 1951
Ang Bahay ng mga Nakpil at Bautista Nakpil-Bautista Ancestral House Building House Built by Ariston Bautista Lin. Ancestral house of the Nakpils and the Bautistas. Nakpil-Bautista Ancestral House, Bautista St. Filipino May 5, 1995 Ang Bahay ng mga Nakpil at Bautista historical marker.jpg
Beaterio de Terciarias Agustinias Recoletas Tertiary Beaterio of Agustinian Recolects Dates from 1719. Became a teaching institution in June 1907. Santa Rita College Convent, San Rafael St. English 1939

Beaterio de Terciarias Agustinas Recoletas historical marker.jpg

Church of Quiapo Building House of Worship Started as a Franciscan church built with bamboo and nipa. Famous for the Nazarene. Quiapo Church, Plaza Miranda English 1939 Church of Quiapo historical marker.jpg
Church of Quiapo Building House of Worship Quiapo Church May 14, 1971[36]
"Can We Defend This In Plaza Miranda?" President Ramon Magsaysay made Plaza Miranda the touchstone for public endorsement of policy and action. Plaza Miranda English 1965
El Renacimiento American-era Filipino publication that was established by Martin Ocampo. Gunao St. Filipino March 31, 1974 El Renacimiento historical marker.jpg
Gregoria de Jesus

1892-1962

Wife of Andrés Bonifacio and woman Katipunero leader. Kept the documents of the Katipunan. Nakpil-Bautista Ancestral House, Bautista St. (original location: Caloocan)[37] Filipino May 9, 1975
Gregorio Araneta y Soriano
(1869–1930)
Jurist and statesman. Part of the committee that drafted the Malolos Constitution. Holy Face of Infant Jesus, R. Hidalgo St. Filipino 1988 Gregorio Araneta y Soriano NHCP Historical Marker.jpg
Miguel Zaragoza y Aranquizna (1847–1923) Painter, propagandist, one of the first teachers of University of the Philippines School of Fine Arts. Nazarene Catholic School, R. Hidalgo St. English 1939

Miguel Zaragoza y Aranquizna NHCP Historical Marker.jpg

San Sebastian Church Building House of Worship The only all-steel church in Asia. Earliest church built in 1611. San Sebastian Church English 1934 San Sebastian Church (Manila) historical marker.jpg
Simbahan ng San Sebastian San Sebastian Church Building House of Worship Declared as a national historical landmark by the NHCP. San Sebastian Church Filipino January 29, 1977 Historical marker of declaration of San Sebastian Church as a National Historical Landmark (corrected).jpg

Sampaloc

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
Bulwagang Paraninfo Paranymph Hall Building Auditorium A short ceremony was held on December 16, 1941, where the class of 1942 and 1943 were sent to war. Class 1944 and 1945 became famous as guerrillas. UST Main Building, España Ave. Filipino December 16, 1981
Church of Sampaloc Site donated by Franciscans in 1613 and the first chapel was built on the same year. Church of Our Lady of Loreto English 1935 Sampaloc Church marker.jpg
Colegio Medico-Farmaceutico [38] Doctor-Pharmacist College of the Philippines Initiated by Trinidad H. Pardo de Tavera and Mariano V. del Rosario on June 8, 1899. Lepanto St. cor R. Papa Spanish
Colegio Medico-Farmaceutico de Filipinas, Inc. (CMFFI) Doctor-Pharmacist College of the Philippines Established by Trinidad H. Pardo de Tavera and Mariano V. Del Rosario. Lepanto St. cor R. Papa (currently within NHCP storage) Filipino
Disyembre 8, 1964 December 8, 1964 Isabelo de los Reyes established the first labor union in the Philippines on February 2, 1902. Plaza Guipit, P. Guevarra St. Filipino 1964 Disyembre 9, 1964 NHCP Historical Marker.jpg
Florentino P. Cayco (1892–1976) President of National University from 1937-1941. Founded Arellano University in 1938. Arellano University, Legarda St. Filipino October 15, 1992
Jose Rizal
(1861–1896)
Building / Structures School Alumnus of the Royal and Pontifical University of Santo Tomas. University of Santo Tomas, España Ave. Spanish 1960 Rizal arch of the centuries.jpg
La Gota de Leche Building Private Institution Project of La Protección de la Infacia, Inc. to distribute fresh cow's milk to the less fortunate. 859 Sergio H. Loyola St. Filipino 2003

Gota de Leche.jpg

La Proteccion de la Infancia, Inc. Established by Teodoro R. Yangco to fight against the child disease in 1907. 859 Sergio H. Loyola St. Filipino October 17, 1977

La Proteccion de la Infancia.jpg

Litografia e Imprenta de Cacho Hermanos Cacho Brothers Lithography and Printing Founded by El Don Salvado Chofre. Printed lottery tickets and publications of the Spanish colonial administration. Legarda Spanish
Manuel L. Quezon
(1878–1944)
Building / Structures School Alumnus of the Royal and Pontifical University of Santo Tomas. University of Santo Tomas, España Ave. Spanish August 19, 1961 Quezon arch of the centuries.jpg
National University First private non-sectarian school in the Philippines. Founded in August 1900. Mariano F. Jhocson St. English 1952 National University NHCP Historical Marker.jpg
Natividad Almeda Lopez (1892-1977) Pioneer female lawyer and first female Filipina judge. Admitted to the Bar in 1914. Gota de Leche, 859 Sergio H. Loyola St. (original location: Manila Children's Lying-in Hospital, Taft Ave., Ermita) Filipino September 8, 1992
Paaralang Legarda Legarda School Building School School established in 1922 that was used as station for Japanese soldiers in World War II. Lealtad Filipino February 3, 1991

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Philippine Pharmaceutical Association Established on August 29, 1920 at the Manila College of Pharmacy, Santa Cruz, Manila. Philippine Pharmacists Association, R. Papa St. Filipino 1996 Philippine Pharmaceutical Association NHCP Historical Marker.jpg
Obispo Maximo Isabelo de los Reyes, Anak Supreme Bishop Isabelo de los Reyes, Jr. Ordained and first celebrated mass at this site. Became Supreme Bishop of the Iglesia Filipina Independiente. Iglesia Filipina Independiente Chapel, V. Concepcion St. Filipino 1972
Roseville College Founded in 1900. First private school exclusively for women supported and staffed by Filipinos. España Ave.
Santa Catalina College First school for girls that was managed by and entrusted to religious women. Santa Catalina College, Legarda St. Filipino February 18, 1988 StaCatalina HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Santo Tomas Concentration Camp Concentration camp for American and allied civilians during World War II. España Ave. English September 2, 1947 [39]
Ang Unang Limbagan sa Pilipinas The First Printing Press of the Philippines Building Printing Press One of the oldest in the world. Published the Doctrina Cristiana. UST Campus, España Ave. Filipino 1943
University of Manila Established as Instituto de Manila on October 5, 1913. Became temporary city hall and senate hall in 1945. University of Manila site, Alejandro VI St. English 1952
University of Santo Tomas Building / Structures School Founded in 1611 by the legacy of Archbishop Miguel de Benavides. Main Building, University of Santo Tomas, España Ave. English 1935 University of Santo Tomas (UST), a private, Roman Catholic research university in Manila, Philippines.jpg
University of Santo Tomas Building / Structures School Founded in 1611 by legacy of Archbishop Miguel de Benavides. Benavides Monument, University of Santo Tomas, España Ave. Filipino January 25, 2012 University of Santo Tomas Marker (Benavides Monument) (cropped).jpg

San Andres

San Miguel

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
Abbey of Our Lady of Montserrat Building House of Worship Benedictine Priorate turned into Abbey. Erected in 1904. Raised to abbey in July 1924. San Beda College, Mendiola St. English 1939 Abbey of Our Lady of Montserrat Historical marker.jpg
Carmen De Luna
(1873–1962)
Founder of Centro Escolar University. Born on July 16, 1873. Centro Escolar University, Mendiola St. Filipino July 16, 1973 CarmenDeLuna HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Centro Escolar University Founded in 1907 as Centro Escolar de Señoritas by Librada Avelino and Carmen De Luna. Centro Escolar University, Mendiola St. English 1966 CEU HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Concepcion A. Aguila
(1894–1959)
Distinguished teacher and law practitioner. Born on September 11, 1894. Centro Escolar University, Mendiola St. Filipino December 16, 1994 ConcepcionAguila HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Fabrica de Cerveza de San Miguel San Miguel Beer Factory Founded by Don Enrique Maria Barreto de Ycaza on March 4, 1890 at Calzada de Malacañang (Laurel St.) General Solano St. Spanish 1950
Generosa de Leon
(1892–1962)
Great woman educator of the Centro Escolar University. Established CEU's College of Pharmacy. Centro Escolar University, Mendiola St. Filipino December 9, 1992 GenerosaDeLeon HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Goldenberg Mansion Building Guest House Became the offices of the Philippine preliminary exposition to the

International Esposition, St. Louis, Missouri.

General Solano St. English 1957
Hospicio de San Jose San Jose Hospice Founded in 1782 by Francisco Enrique Gomez and his wife, Barbara Verzosa. Ayala Blvd. English October 17, 1939
Hospicio de San Jose (1872) San Jose Hospice Founded in 1782 by the Francisco couple in Pandacan. Moved to current location between 1835-1840. Ayala Blvd. Filipino 1977
Ildefonso G. Tronqued, Sr. Known athlete especially in football. Became part of the Philippine team who participated in the Far Eastern Games. San Beda College, Mendiola St. Filipino June 23, 2006
Kalayaan Hall Building Government Building Established in 1920 as the executive building by governor-general Francis Burton Harrison. Where the People Power Revolt ended on the night of February 25, 1986. Kalayaan Hall, Malacañang Palace, J.P. Laurel St. Filipino 2011 Kalayaan Hall (Malacañang Palace) historical marker.jpg
Kalye Mendiola Mendiola Street Site of the Battle of Mendiola. Street known as the location for numerous mass protests. Mendiola St. Filipino 2012 Mendiola Street historical marker.jpg
Kolehiyo ng San Beda San Beda College Established in 1901 by Spanish Benedictine Fathers as El Colegio de San Beda. San Beda College, Mendiola St. Filipino July 22, 2001 KolehiyoNgSanBeda HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino Commission on the Filipino Language Association / Institution / Organization Government Office The government agency responsible for the development and preservation of Filipino and other Philippine languages. Watson Building, J.P. Laurel St. Filipino 2012 KWF HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
La Consolacion College Manila Association / Institution / Organization School Started as an orphanage and school of Spanish Augustinian nuns. La Consolacion College Manila, Mendiola St. Filipino September 4, 2002 LaConsolacionCollege HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Liberation of Manila Structure Monument Monument dedicated to the Allied liberation of Manila by combined U.S. and

Philippine Commonwealth troops in World War II.

Plaza Aviles, S.P. Laurel St. English February 27, 1995 Liberation of Manila historical marker.jpg
Librada Avelino
1873-1934
Co-founded Centro Escolar University. Born on January 18, 1873. Centro Escolar University, Mendiola St. Filipino March 14, 1975 LibradaAvelino HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Malacañan Palace Building Government Center Current residence of the President of the Republic of the Philippines. Malacañang Palace site English 1941 (now lost)[40]
Palasyo ng Malakanyang Malacañan Palace Declared as a national historical landmark by the NHCP. Malacañang Palace Filipino, English June 8, 1998
Palasyo ng Malakanyang Malacañan Palace Bought by Colonel Miguel Jose Fomento from Luis Rocha in 1802. Designated as the summer house of the Governor General in 1847. Entrance lobby,Malacañang Palace[41] Filipino 2004
Philippine Lawyers' Association Established in Manila in 1945. Diosdado Macapagal served as first president. Malacañang Palace Filipino August 11, 1995
Sabino B. Padilla

(1894-1986)

Secretary of the Department of Justice in 1948. Became an associate justice of the Supreme Court. 785 Nicanor B. Padilla St. Filipino August 20, 1994
San Beda College Established in 1901 by the Benedictine Fathers on Arlegui Street. San Beda College, Mendiola St. English 1939 San Beda College 10.jpg
San Beda College Established in 1901 by Benedictine Fathers. Became affiliated with the University of Santo Tomas on January 27, 1906. San Beda College, Mendiola St. English 1948 San Beda College NHCP Historical Marker (1948).jpg
Simbahan ng San Miguel San Miguel Church Building House of Worship Stone church by the Jesuits built in 1903, became the central base for missions to Japan. 1000 Jose P. Laurel, Sr. St. corner Gen. Solano St. Filipino September 28, 2003 SanMiguelChurch HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg

San Nicolas

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
K. K. Katipunan ng mga Anak ng Bayan The Highest and Most Honorable Society of the Children of the Nation Established by Andrés Bonifacio to wage an armed revolution against the Spaniards. (currently within NHCP storage) Filipino
Kataastaasan Kagalanggalang na Katipunan ng mga Anak ng Bayan (K.K.K.N.M.A.N.B.) The Highest and Most Honorable Society of the Children of the Nation Structure Monument Foundation site of the Katipunan. Established on July 7, 1892. 72 Azcarraga St. (now Recto Ave.) Filipino 2008

KKK Foundation Site Marker.jpg

Mababang Paaralang Pedro Guevara[42] Pedro Guevara Elementary School Old site of the Acaiceria de San Fernando, the main market for Chinese silk. San Fernando St. Filipino September 1. 1998
Ang Parola ng Binondo Binondo Light House First built at the mouth of Pasig River under Governor-General Sebastian Hurtado de Corcuera in 1642. Pasig River Lighthouse Filipino November 12, 2002.
Pook na Kinamatayan ni Teodora Alonso Death site of Teodora Alonzo Where Teodora Alonso, mother of José Rizal died, August 16, 1911. San Fernando St. Filipino 2014 Pook na Kinamatayan ni Teodora Alonso.jpg
Pook Kung Saan Itinatag ang Katipunan Site Where the Katipunan was Established Founded on July 7, 1892. Aimed independence from Spain through armed struggle. Elcano St. Filipino July 7, 1998
Sinilangang Pook ni Heneral Antonio Luna General Antonio Luna Birthplace Building House Writer and soldier. He was born on this house on October 29, 1866. 457 Urbiztondo St. Filipino October 29, 1967 Sinilangang Pook ni Heneral Antonio Luna 1866-1899.jpg
Ang Tahanan ng Kaanak ni Rizal 1903 Daang San Fernando, Maynila House of Rizal's relatives 1903 San Fernando St., Manila Site Site Death place of Teodora Alonzo, mother of José Rizal. The house was owned by Luisa Lichauco. San Fernando St. Filipino 1960 Ang Tahanan ng Kaanak ni Rizal 1903 Daang San Fernando, Maynila.jpg
Where 'Ang Kalayaan' Was Printed Site Site Revolutionary underground publication against the Spaniards by the Katipunan. Lavezares St. English 1941 Where Ang Kalayaan was Printed.jpg

Santa Ana

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
Church of Santa Ana Building House of Worship First Franciscan mission established outside Manila in 1578. Santa Ana Church belltower English 1936

Church of Santa Ana (Manila) historical marker.jpg

Felipe G. Calderon
(1868–1908)
Structure Monument Pedagogue, lawyer, writer. Drafted the constitution of the First Philippine Republic. Plaza Felipe Calderon English 1954 Felipe G. Calderon historical marker.jpg
La Ignaciana Building / Structures Retreat House A Jesuit villa used for retreats by Ateneo de Manila, where the spiritual exercises of Saint Ignatius were given. Herran St. (now Pedro Gil St.) (inexistent; as of 2013, marker lost) English 1939
Lichuaco House Declared as a heritage house by the NHCP. Lichauco Heritage House, Herrán (Pedro Gil) English 2010

Lichauco Heritage House marker (cropped).jpg

Thomas Earnshaw Became director and vice president of Manila Railroad Company Santa Ana Elementary School, Punta Filipino November 5, 1973

Santa Cruz

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
Site where the Asociacion Feminista Filipina was first organized on June 30, 1905.[43] Priscilla Bldg., 770 Rizal Ave. Filipino 1955 Asociacion Feminista Filipina.jpg
Amado Hernandez y Vera Writer and leader of the workers. Received multiple awards and recognitions such as National Artist. Manila North Cemetery Filipino September 20, 1994
Ariston Bautista Lin 1863 - 1928 Patriot, physician, and philanthropist. Born on February 23, 1863. Filipino February 22, 1981
Ariston Bautista Lin 1863 - 1928 Patriot, physician, and philanthropist. Born on February 23, 1863. Ronquillo St. Filipino 1983

Ariston Bautista Lin 1863 - 1928 Marker.jpg

Bureau of Health Began as the Board of Health for the city of Manila in 1898. Extended functions to the provinces in 1899. San Lazaro Hospital Compound English 1950
Carriedo Fountain Structure Fountain Built in 1882 as part of the Carriedo Waterworks System. Initiated by Governor General Domingo Moriones. Plaza Sta. Cruz Filipino July 24, 1997
Church of Santa Cruz Building House of Worship Church built and administered by the Jesuits until 1768. Houses Our Lady of the Pillar of Manila. Plaza Sta. Cruz English 1937 Santa Cruz Church historical marker.JPG
Dating Libingan ni Apolinario Mabini 1903 Old Gravesite of Apolinario Mabini 1903 Original gravesite of Apolinario Mabini when he died of cholera on May 13, 1903. Chinese Cemetery Filipino 1963
Francisco V. Guilledo
(1901–1925)
The Philippines' first champion boxer; also known as "Pancho Villa" North Cemetery Filipino 1995 Francisco Guilledo Pancho Villa NHCP Historical Marker.png
Gusaling Roman R. Santos Roman R. Santos Building Buildings / Structures Building Building was occupied by Monte de Piedad Savings Bank from 1894 to 1937. Roman Santos Bldg., Escolta St. Filipino 1977 RomanSantosBldg HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Inauguration of the First Philippine Assembly Site of the inauguration of the First Philippine Assembly in October 16, 1907. Manila Opera Hotel, Doroteo Jose St. English 1940 Inauguration of the First Philippine Assembly historical marker (corrected).jpg
In Memoriam - Thomasites Structure Monument Burial site of the Thomasites, pioneer American school teachers. Manila North Cemetery Filipino August 21, 1995 In Memoriam Thomasites NHCP Historical Marker.png
Honorata De La Rama

(1902-1991)

First Filipino to introduce kundiman overseas. National Artist for Theater and Music Manila North Cemetery Filipino September 20, 1994
Jorge Pineda Realist painter. Made lithographs for Carmelo and Bauermann. Made carricatures for the Philippines Free Press. Zurbaran St. (now Fugoso St.) Filipino July 26, 1982
Jose F. Fabella 1888 - 1945 Father of Philippine public health. Born on October 16, 1888. Rizal Ave. Filipino December 2002 Jose F. Fabella 1888 - 1945.jpg
Justiniano Asuncion
(1816–1896)
Distinguished painter. Born on September 26, 1816 and became capitan municipal of Santa Cruz. Sta. Cruz Church side Filipino September 12, 1983 JustinianoAsuncion HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Kagawaran ng Kalusugan Department of Health Established in September 29, 1898 as a health service for Manila. Department of Health, Rizal Ave. Filipino September 28, 1994 Kagawaran ng Kalusugan.jpg
La Proteccion de la Infacia, Inc. Building Private Institution Built to suppress illnesses that were killing children at that time. Jose Fabella Hospital Filipino October 17, 1977
Leoncio Asuncion
(1813–1888)
Father of modern religious sculpting. Born on September 12, 1813. Sta. Cruz Church side Filipino September 12, 1983 LeoncioAsuncion HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Manila College of Pharmacy First school of pharmacy established and run by Filipinos. Precursor to the Manila Central University. Manila Central University Compound, Fugoso St. English 1954 Manila College of Pharmacy NHCP historical Marker.jpg
The Manila Grand Opera House Site / Event Site of the inauguration of the First Philippine Assembly. Site was burned on November 18, 1943. Manila Grand Opera House parking area, Rizal Avenue English 1948 The Manila Grand Opera House historical marker.jpg
Manila Law College Founded on February 27, 1899 as Escuela de Derecho de Manila by Felipe Calderon. English
Monte de Piedad and Savings Bank Oldest savings bank in the Philippines. Inaugurated on August 2, 1882 by Fr. Felix Huertas. Plaza Sta. Cruz English 1959 MonteDePiedad HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Mauseleo de los Veteranos de la Revolucion Mausoleum of the Veterans of the Revolution Building Cemetery Built in memory of the veterans of the 1896 Revolution and Philippine–American War. North Cemetery Filipino June 12, 1993 Mouseleo de los Veteranos de la Revolucion NHCP Historical Marker.png
Nagkakaisang Metodistang Simbahang Knox (Knox United Methodist Church) (Itinatag 1899) Knox United Methodist Church (Established 1899) Site of the first Methodist community in the Philippines, led by Bishop James W. Thoburn. Knox United Methodist Church, Rizal Avenue Filipino October 28, 1979 Nagkakaisang Metodistang Simbahang Knox (Knox United Methodist Church) (Itinatag 1899).jpg
Philippine Tuberculosis Society Founded in July 29, 1910. Rizal Ave. cor Tayuman English Sept. 24, 1949
San Lazaro Hospital Founded by Fray Juan Clemente in Intramuros in 1577. San Lazaro Hospital compound English 1952 San Lazaro Hospital NHCP Historical Marker.jpg
Severino Reyes Novelist and playwright. Born in Santa Cruz, Manila on February 11, 1861. Severino Reyes St. Filipino September 1969

Santa Mesa

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
In this house as in the hearts of the Filipino people is enshrined the memory of Apolinario Mabini. Mabini Shrine, Polytechnic University of the Philippines (formerly located in Pandacan) Filipino 1941
Apolinario Mabini House where Apolinario Mabini died on May 13, 1903 Mabini Shrine, Polytechnic University of the Philippines (formerly located in Pandacan) Filipino, English 1953

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Apolinario Mabini
23 Hulyo 1864 - 13 Mayo 1903[44]
Apolinario Mabini July 23, 1864 - May 13, 1903 Revolutionary, writer, and political philosopher. The sublime paralytic of the Philippine Revolution. Mabini Shrine, Polytechnic University of the Philippines Filipino July 23, 2013

Apolinario Mabini dedicated monument.JPG

Dambanang Apolinario Mabini Apolinario Mabini Shrine Ancestral house of Apolinario Mabini, now a shrine dedicated to him. Mabini Shrine, Polytechnic University of the Philippines Filipino July 23, 2013

Apolinario Mabini House 4.jpg

Dambana ni Mabini
Pandacan, Manila
Mabini Shrine Building House, NHCP Museum Dedicated to the paralytic hero of the revolution, Apolinario Mabini. Mabini Shrine, Polytechnic University of the Philippines (formerly located in Pandacan, currently within NHCP storage) Filipino 1970

Dambana ni Mabini NHCP Historical Marker.jpg

First Shot in the Filipino-American War Site Site Shot by Private William Grayson that sparked the Philippine–American War. Sociego St. cor. Silencio St. English 1941

First Shot in Filipino-American War Marker.jpg

Polytechnic University of the Philippines
(1904–2004)
Building School Built as Manila Business School, established in Quiapo on October 1904. Polytechnic University of the Philippines Filipino October 19, 2004 01750jfSanta Mesa Manila Polytechnic University of the Philippinesfvf 37.jpg
Unang Putok sa Digmaang Filipino-Amerikano First Shot in the Filipino-American War Site Site Shot by Private William Grayson that sparked the Philippine–American War. Sociego St. cor. Silencio St. Filipino February 4, 2004

Unang Putok sa Digmaang Filipino-Amerikano Marker.jpg

Tondo

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
Amado Hernandez y Vera
(1903–1970)
Writer and leader of the workers. Born on September 13, 1903. Plaza Leon Filipino 1982 Amado Hernandez y Vera (1903 - 1970).jpg
Andres Bonifacio 1863 - 1897 Site Monument Founded the Katipunan on July 7, 1892 aimed towards Philippine independence from Spain. Bonifacio Monument, in front of Tutuban Train Station Filipino November 30, 1974 Andres Bonifacio 1863 - 1897.jpg
Church of Tondo Building House of worship Popular among the Chinese, the present church was built in the second half of the 19th century, 600 L. Chacon St. English 1939 ChurchofTondojf1245 01.JPG
Domingo Franco y Tuason (1856–1897) Propagandist, patriot, and martyr. Born on August 4, 1856. Plaza Moriones Filipino August 4, 1992
Domingo Franco y Tuason NHCP Historical Marker.png
Emilio Jacinto Birthplace of the "Brains of the Philippine Revolution." Joined the Katipunan in 1894. St. Joseph Parish Church, Masangkay St. Filipino December 10, 1975
Honorio Lopez
(1875–1958)
Structure Monument Playwright and revolutionary born in Santa Cruz, Manila. Born on December 30, 1875. Plaza Moriones Filipino 2010 Tondojf9708 04.JPG
Honorio Lopez
(1875–1958)
Playwright and revolutionary born in Santa Cruz, Manila. Born on December 30, 1875. 2875 Rizal Ave. Filipino September 2, 1991 Honorio Lopez (1875 - 1958) Avenida.jpg
Iglesia Evangelica Metodista en las Islas Filipinas (IEMELIF) Evangelical Methodist Church in the Philippine Islands First local evangelical church in the Philippines. Established by Nicolás Zamora on February 28, 1909. Iglesia Evangelica Metodista en las Islas Filipinas compound, cor Nicolas Zamora and Peñalosa Sts. Filipino February 28, 1984
Iglesia Evangelica Metodista en las Islas Filipinas (IEMELIF) NHCP Historical Marker.png
Jose Abad Santos y Basco Statesman and fifth Chief Justice of the Philippines. Born on February 19, 1886. Jose Abad Santos Elementary School Filipino February 19, 1986
Jose Corazon De Jesus

(1894-1932)

Born on November 22, 1984. Known as the "King of Balagtasan." N. Zamora St. Filipino November 22, 1994
La Liga Filipina Established by José Rizal for the reform movement and the progress of the Philippines. Ylaya St. (currently within NHCP storage) Filipino 1992
La Liga Filipina Established by José Rizal on this site to secure the rights of Filipinos. Reestablished by Domingo Franco, Andrés Bonifacio, and Apolinario Mabini. Plaza La Liga Filipina, Ylaya St. cor. Raja Matanda St. Filipino July 3, 2015 La Liga Filipina NHCP Historical Marker.png
Liga Filipina House where Rizal established the society on July 3, 1892 Dissolved when Rizal was deported to Dapitan. Recto Avenue English
Manila Railroad Company Building Train Station Preparation of general plan for railroad on Luzon authorized by a royal decree issued June 26, 1875. Tutuban Center Mall, Claro M. Recto Ave. Filipino 1934

Manila Railroad Company NHCP Historical Marker.jpg

Mary Johnston Hospital Building Hospital First used as a bible school for women. Established in 1906 by Dr. Rebecca Parish. Mary Johnston Hospital, 1221 Juan Nolasco St. Filipino December 8, 2006 Mary Johnston Hospital marker.jpg
Ang Pampangulong Kotse ng Tren The Presidential Train Car Built by the Manila Railroad Company for the chief executive. First to use it was Quezon and last was Garcia. PNR Tutuban Terminal Filipino July 31, 1984
Rosa Sevilla de Alvero Established Instituto de Mujeres, first secular school for girls Manila Cathedral School, Tayuman Filipino March 4, 1979
Rosuario Almario Known writer in Tagalog. Became a councilor of Manila from 1925-1928. Kagitingan St. Filipino August 29, 1986
Vicente L. Del Fierro
(1903–1960)
Distinguished journalist. Known as "Del Fire," born on December 15, 1903. Rotunda, Plaza Balagtas, Vicente L. del Fierro St., Gagalangin Filipino September 6, 1984 Vicente L. Del Fierro historical marker at the Gagalangin Circle in Manila.jpg

Marikina

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
Kolehiyo-Seminaryo ng San Jose College-Seminary of San Jose First established by the Jesuits in Intramuros on August 25, 1801. San Jose Seminary, Ateneo de Manila University (original location: Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila site, Intramuros) Filipino December 7, 2002 Kolehiyo-Seminaryo ng San Jose.jpg
Simbahan ng Nuestra Señora de Los Desamparados Our Lady of the Abandoned Parish Building House of Worship First church built by Augustinians through the use of light materials. Marikina Church façade, se P. Rizal St., Santa Elena Filipino May 13, 1990 Simbahan ng Nuestra Señora de los Desamparados NHCP Historical Marker.jpg
Unang Misa sa Baryo ng Jesus de la Peña First Mass in the Village of Jesus de la Peña First mass held in Marikina was held here on April 16. 1630. The chapel was established by Jesuits who discovered an image of Christ. Jesus de la Peña Chapel façade, Capt. Sindo St. Filipino April 16, 1970 Unang Misa sa Baryo ng Jesus de la Peña.jpg
Unang Pagawaan ng Sapatos sa Marikina First Shoe Workshop in Marikina Building Government Center Pioneers of the Marikina shoe industry since the last days of 1887. Jose P. Rizal St., Santa Elena Filipino April 16, 1970 Unang Pagawaan ng Sapatos sa Marikina NHCP Historical Marker.jpg

Muntinlupa

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
Bagong Bilangguang Bilibid

(Kawanihan ng mga Bilangguan)

New Bilibid Prison

(Bureau of Jails)

Relocated to this site on November 15, 1940 from its original site in Santa Cruz. New Bilibid Prison Filipino March 1, 2000
Ang Espedisyong Balmis Balmis Expedition Spanish medical expedition to vaccinate the population against smallpox. Balmis Building, Research Institute for Tropical Medicine, Filinvest City, Alabang Filipino April 15, 2004 Ang Espedisyong Balmis historical marker 1.jpg
Kawanihan ng Koreksiyon Bureau of Corrections Established on November 1, 1905 as Bureau of Prisons under the Department of Public Instruction. New Bilibid Prison Filipino November 8, 2005
Insular Life Building Private Company First insurance company established in the Philippines. Established on November 25, 1910. Insular Life Corporate Centre, Insular Life Drive, Filinvest City, Alabang Filipino November 25, 2010 Insular Life historical marker.jpg

Navotas

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
United Methodist Church (Tangos, Navotas) Building House of Worship Established in 1900. Fifty worshipers were sent by Pastor Nicolás Zamora. First chapel built in 1905. Mariano Naval cor. S. Antonio Sts., Tangos May 5, 1985

Parañaque

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
Benigno S. Aquino Jr. “Ninoy” (1932–1983) [45] Ninoy Aquino Monument, Ninoy Ave. February 12, 2015 Benigno S. Aquino, Jr. historical marker (Parañaque).jpg
Church of Parañaque Building House of Worship Established by Spanish friars under Fr. Diego de Espinal, O.S.A. Quirino Ave., La Huerta English 1939 Church of Parañaque NHCP Historical Marker.jpg
Kapilya ni San Nicolas de Tolentino San Nicolas de Tolentino Chapel Building House of Worship First built by Augustinians in 1776 using bricks and stone. Used as a barracks by the Spanish forces during the Philippine Revolution. Kapitan Tinoy St., La Huerta Filipino May 7, 1995

San Nicolas de Tolentino marker.jpg

Manuel Bernabe y Hernandez Award-winning poet. Born on February 17, 1890. Journalist of La Democracia and La Vanguardia. M.H. del Pilar St. Filipino November 29, 1983 251Parañaque City Bridge River Landmarks 42.jpg
Padre Pedro Dandan y Masangkay[46] Father Pedro Dandan y Masangkay Revolutionary secular priest who was part of the Cavite Mutiny. Parañaque Church Filipino March 4, 1984 Padre Pedro Dandan y Masangkay marker.jpg
Simbahang Metodistang Episkopal Methodist Episcopal Church Building House of Worship First Methodist church south of Manila. Established in 1901 by American missionaries. 0199 Quirino Avenue, Tambo Filipino March 19, 1991 United Methodist Episcopal Church (Tambo, Parañaque) historical marker (cropped).jpg

Pasay

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
Avenida Mexico Mexico Avenue Important route for the Manila-Acapulco galleon trade for two hundred years until 1815. Taft Ave. Extension Filipino 1964
Ang Bahay ni Eulogio "Amang" Rodriguez House of Eulogio "Amang" Rodriguez Building House Old residence of the late Eulogio "Amang" Rodriguez. Built in 1951. E. Rodriguez St. (formerly Salud St.) cor. Tangkian St. Filipino December 9, 1983 Ang Bahay ni Eulogio Amang Rodriguez NHCP Historical Marker.png
Claro M. Recto Patriot, statesman, jurist, parliamentarian, and writer. Spent his latter years on great deeds. 2150 F.B. Harrison Filipino October 2, 1986
Eduardo A. Quisumbing

(1895–1986)

Taxonomist and orchidologist. Born in Santa Cruz, Laguna on November 25, 1895. College Rd. Filipino November 24, 1986
Manuel Colayco

(1906–1945)

Born on May 29, 1906. Distinguished editor and religious leader. WWII hero. Colayco Monument, Pasay Sports Complex (Derham Park) English May 29, 1984. Manuel Colayco NHCP Historical Marker.png
Marcela Marcelo-Lugo Known as "Henerala." Headed a group in the Battle of Santol Pass, where she died on March 21, 1897. Malibay Central Plaza
Ospital ng San Juan de Dios Hospital of San Juan de Dios Established by Fray Juan Clemente in 1578 in Intramuros. Reopened in 1952 after WWII. Roxas Blvd. Filipino August 15, 1979
School for the Deaf and Blind Pioneer school for the handicapped in the Philippines. Founded in 1923. F.B. Harrison St. English 1961
Tumira Dito
si
Claro Mayo Recto
(1890–1960) [47]
Here lived Claro Mayo Recto (1890–1960) Where Claro M. Recto spent his most meaningful years of his life. Leveriza St. cor. Fresno St. Filipino 1986 Tumira dito si Claro Mayo Recto NHCP Historical Marker.png
Unang Paaralang Bayan ng Pasay First Schoolhouse of Pasay Building School Oldest school in Pasay. Built in 1907. Renamed after Epifanio de los Santos in 1948. P. Burgos St., Barangay 60 Filipino 1956
Unang Paaralang Bayan ng Pasay First Schoolhouse of Pasay Building School Declared by he NHCP as a national historical landmark. P. Burgos St., Barangay 60 Filipino 1984

Pasig

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
Church of Pasig Building House of Worship First church built in 1575. Occupied and used by British during their occupation. Pasig Cathedral façade, Plaza Rizal, Malinao English 1937 Immaculate Conception Cathedral Pasig10.JPG
Colegio de Madres Agustinas College of the Augustinian Nuns Building School College found in 1740 by Rev. Felix Trillo O.S.A. Intended for the education of girls. Antonio Luna St. English 1937 Colegio de Madres Agustinas.jpg
Colegio del Buen Consejo Built upon the structure of the Santa Rita de Pasig convent. Renovated in 1948 after getting destroyed during the Liberation of Manila. Antonio Luna St., Plaza Rizal, Malinao Filipino 2009 Colegio del Buen Consejo.jpg
Eugenio López
(1901–1975)
Entrepreneur and philanthropist. Founder of the ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation. Benpres Building, Exchange Road corner Meralco Ave., San Antonio Filipino 1989 Eugenio lopez.jpg
Julia Vargas vda. de Ortigas Julia Vargas widow of Ortigas Great civic leader and philanthropist. Became president of Philippine Tuberculosis Society. Emerald Ave., Ortigas Center Filipino April 27, 1982
Pang-alaalang Bantayog Memorial Monument Structure Monument Dedicated to the heroes of Pasig who died during World War II. Caruncho Ave., Malinao (formerly located at Plaza Rizal) Filipino August 29, 1954 Pang-alaalang Bantayog.jpg

Pateros

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
Simbahan ng Pateros Church of Pateros Building House of Worship Founded by the Augustinians as a visita of Pasig in 1572. Became a visita of Taguig in 1742. Pateros Church façade, B. Morcilla St. Filipino August 15, 2015

Pateros Church marker.jpg

Quezon City

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
Structure Monument New location of the monument commemorating the Cry of Pugad Lawin. Katipunero Monument, Vinzons Hall, Academic Oval, University of the Philippines Diliman Filipino November 29, 1968 framless
Armed Forces of the Philippines Medical Service Created by Emilio Aguinaldo as division of military health on June 23, 1898. Gen. Anastacio Francisco served as first head. Armed Forces of the Philippines Medical Center (V. Luna Hospital), V. Luna Ave. Filipino 2004
Benigno S. Aquino Jr. A political opposition during his time, returned to the Philippines and was assassinated on August 21, 1983. Aquino residence, Times St. Filipino August 21, 1993
Bulwagang Panlipunan ng DND Social Hall of DND Place where Juan Ponce Enrile and Fidel V. Ramos had a press conference, and after which, the first People Power happened. Department of National Defense, Camp Aguinaldo Filipino February 22, 1991
Carriedo Fountain Part of the waterworks system under Governor General Domingo Moriones. MWSS Compound, Balara Filipino July 22, 1982

Carriedo Fountain.jpg

Church of the Holy Sacrifice Building House of Worship One of the first primary examples of modern architecture in the Philippines. Church of the Holy Sacrifice, Laurel Ave., University of the Philippines Diliman Filipino, English January 12, 2006; 2008 (English marker);

2015 (English marker replacement)

ParishoftheHolySacrificejf9391 01.JPGChurch of the Holy Sacrifice NHCP historical Marker English (2015 edition).jpg
Church of San Francisco del Monte Site was donated to the Franciscans on February 17, 1590. Known as the church where many missionaries who were martyred in Japan, China, and Cambodia came from. Church of San Francisco del Monte, San Francisco del Monte English 1936 Church of San Francsico del Monte NHCP Historical Marker.jpg
Ang Dambana ni Melchora (Tandang Sora) Aquino (6 Enero 1812 - 19 Pebrero 1919) Melchora Aquino (Tandang Sora) Shrine

(6 January 1812 - 19 February 1919)

National Shrine Monument Where the remains of Melchora Aquino are currently interred starting 2012. Banlat Rd., Tandang Sora English March 3, 2012

Tandang Sora Shrine 09.jpg

EDSA People Power Site/Events Monument Revolt of 1986 which toppled the Marcos regime and installed Corazon Aquino as president. People Power Monument, Epifanio delos Santos Avenue, Camp Aguinaldo Filipino 2011 EDSA People Power historical marker.jpg
Eugenio "Geny" Lopez, Jr.

(1928-1999)

Building Broadcast Center Former President (1965-1972, 1986-1993) and Chairman Emeritus of ABS-CBN, the country's largest media conglomerate. ELJ Communications Center, ABS-CBN, Eugenio Lopez Dr., Diliman Filipino 2010
Geronima T. Pecson

(1896-1989)

Educator, author, social worker, and first woman senator. 18 Gilmore Ave. Filipino July 31, 1995
Gil J. Puyat Senator and civic leader. Became senate president from 1967- 1972. D. Tuazon St. Filipino 1982
Horacio de la Costa

1916-1977

Jesuit Historian and first Filipino superior of the Philippine Jesuits. De la Costa Hall, Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights Filipino 2017 Horacio de la Costa, S.J. historical marker.jpg
Iglesia ni Cristo Iglesia ni Cristo Central Office, Commonwealth Ave. July 24, 2014
Jovita Fuentes
Pebrero 15, 1895 Agosto 7, 1978
Jovita Fuentes
February 15, 1895 August 7, 1978
Distinguished opera singer and first female National Artist for Music. University of the Philippines College of Music, Academic Oval, University of the Philippines, Diliman Filipino February 9, 1995 Jovita Fuentes historical marker at the UP College of Music.jpg
Kampo Crame Camp Crame Site Military Camp Established as part of the Philippine Constabulary, now the headquarters of the Philippine National Police. Gen. J. delos Reynes St., Camp Crame, Bagong Lipunan ng Crame Filipino 2011 Crame historical marker.jpg
Komisyong Konstitusyonal ng 1986 Constitutional Commission of 1986 Assigned with the drafting of a new constitution. It was ratified through a plebescite on February 2, 1987. Batasang Pambansa Complex, Batasan Hills Filipino 1987 Komisyong Konstitusyonal ng 1986 NHCP Historical Marker.png
Komisyon ng Serbisyo Sibil Civil Service Commission Started in 1900 at the Ayuntamiento. Became a commission in 1962. CSC Building Filipino September 19, 1983
Labanan sa San Mateo Battle of San Mateo Historic battle of the Filipino-American War. The forces under Licerio Gerónimo were able to kill Gen. Henry W. Lawton. General Licerio Geronimo St., Bagong Silangan Filipino December 19, 1999
Libreria ni Juan Martinez Bookshop of John Martinez First established along Calle Jolo (Juan Luna St.) in 1902. Publisher of works in Tagalog, Ilocano, and Kapampangan. Mayon Filipino December 8, 1960
Maria Paz Mendoza-Guazon Distinguished woman in medicine. Established relevant organizations for Filipinos. PAUW Bldg. cor. Matatag and Matalino Sts. Filipino October 20, 1984
Melchora Aquino Where her remains were placed. Was known as the "Tandang Sora." Himlayang Pilipino Filipino January 9, 1972
Melchora Aquino (Tandang Sora) Melchora Aquino (Old Woman Sora) Structure Monument Mother of the Philippine Revolution. Born on January 6, 1812. Banlat Rd., Tandang Sora Filipino 2007

Tandang Sora Shrine 01.jpg

Mira-Nila Heritage House Building House Declared as a heritage house by the NHCP. Mira-Nila Heritage House, 26 Mariposa St., Bagong Lipunan ng Crame English June 22, 2011 Mira-Nila House NHCP Historical Marker 1.jpg
Monumento sa mga Bayani ng 1896 Monument to the Heroes of 1896 Structure Monument In memory of the heroes of the 1896 revolution. Original location was in Balintawak. Katipunero Monument, Vinzons Hall, Academic Oval, University of the Philippines Diliman Filipino 2011 Monumento sa mga Bayani ng 1896 historical marker.jpg
National Defense College of the Philippines Institution School Founded to establish a relationship between the military and the citizenry for national sovereignty. DND Compound, Camp Aguinaldo Filipino 2013
Paliparang Zablan, P.A.A.C. Zablan Airfield, P.A.A.C. The first aircraft for the Airforce of the Philippines was tested here in 1936. Camp Aguinaldo Filipino May 1, 1968
Pambansang Dambana ni Quezon Quezon National Shrine Quezon Memorial Committee was established on December 17, 1945 to gather funds for the Quezon National Shrine. Quezon Memorial Circle, Pinyahan Filipino 1978
Pambansang Pang-alaalang Dambana ni Quezon Quezon National Memorial Shrine Building NHCP Museum In memory of Manuel Quezon, President of the Philippine Commonwealth. Quezon Memorial Circle, Pinyahan Filipino August 19, 1990; August 19, 2015 (replacement) Pambansang Pang-alaalang Dambana ni Quezon NHCP Historical Marker (pre-2015 marker).jpgDambana ni Manuel Quezon NHCP Historical Marker.png
The Philippine Assembly First inaugurated at the Manila Grand Opera House by William H. Taft. Batasang Pambansa Complex, Batasan Hills English 2007 Philippine Assembly historical marker.jpg
Philippine Medical Association Association/ Institution/ Organization Office Established on September 13, 1903 under the mission of uniting Filipino doctors. North Ave., Santo Cristo Filipino May 6, 1992 Philippine medical Association.jpg
Si Melchora Aquino (Tandang Sora) Dito sa Banlat, Kalookan Isinilang Noong 1812 Melchora Aquino (Old Woman Sora) Here in Banlat, Caloocan was Born 1812 Heroically aided the revolutionaries. Was exiled to Guam in 1896. Banlat Filipino 1958
Ang Sigaw ng Pugad Lawin
(1896)
The Cry of Pugad Lawin

(1896)

Site Site Site where Andrés Bonifacio announced the Katipunan's revolution against Spain. Bahay Toro Filipino August 23, 1984

Cry of Pugad Lawin 01.jpg

Ang Simbahan ng Santo Domingo The Church of Santo Domingo The National Shrine of Our Lady of the Rosary. Inaugurated on January 1, 1588. National Shrine of Our Lady of the Rosary, Quezon Ave. Filipino July 22, 1988 7457Saint Dominic Church Quezon Cityfvf 16.JPG
Social Security System[48] SSS Building, East Ave. 2008
St. Luke's Medical Center

(Centennial Marker)

Established in 1903. E. Rodriguez Ave. English October 13, 2003
Teodoro Andal Agoncillo Historian and author. Wrote books such as History of the Filipino People and The Revolt of the Masses. 952 Quezon Blvd. Extension Filipino November 5, 1985
University of the Philippines Premier Philippine state university founded on June 18, 1908. Oblation Statue, Quezon Hall, University of the Philippines Diliman English June 18, 1985 University of the Philippines NHCP Historical Marker.jpg
University of the Philippines College of Law Organized under the initiative of George A. Malcolm in 1910, with help from the YMCA. Malcolm Hall, Academic Oval, University of the Philippines, Diliman Filipino 2012 University of the Philippines College of Law historical marker.jpg
Unang Brodkast sa Telebisyon Sa Pilipinas First Television Broadcast in the Philippines Building Broadcasting Center The first TV broadcast in the Philippines, made by DZAQ-TV Channel 3 of the Alto Broadcasting System (now known as ABS-CBN). ELJ Communications Center, ABS-CBN, Eugenio Lopez Dr., Diliman Filipino December 19, 2003
Veterans Memorial Medical Center Established under the help of the US Government on July 1, 1948 to serve Filipino veterans. Veterans Memorial Medical Center, North Ave. Filipino November 15, 2005 FvfVMMC6274 03.JPG

San Juan

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
Almacen de Polvora Gunpowder Magazine Structure Magazine Gunpowder magazine built in 1781 as preparation for any future attacks on Manila. Targeted by Andrés Bonifacio at the Battle of Pinaglabanan. San Juan Elementary School Compound, Rivera Filipino August 29, 1988 AlmacendePolvora HistoricalMarker SanJuanCity.jpg
Battle of Pinaglabanan Site where the Katipuneros first attacked under the forces of Andrés Bonifacio and Emilio Jacinto. N. Domingo St. Filipino August 29, 1969 Pinaglabanan HistoricalMarker SanJuanCity.jpg
Church of San Juan del Monte Building House of Worship Dominican church and convent built from 1602-1604. Used by the revolutionary Filipino forces. 183 F. Blumentritt St., Kabayanan English 1937 Church of San Juan del Monte historical marker.jpg
Church of Santo Cristo Church and convent built in 1602-1604. Used by the Katipuneros in 1898 during the Philippine Revolution. 140 Pinaglabanan Road, Pedro Cruz English 1937
Club Filipino Established to protect Philippine sovereignty by promoting Filipino culture. Club Filipino Ave., Greenhills Filipino 1980
Club Filipino
Bulwagang Kalayaan
25 Pebrero 1986
Club Filipino
Independence Hall
25 February1986
Site where Corazon Aquino took her oath as the first female president of the Philippines. Club Filipino Ave., Greenhills Filipino 1988 ClubFilipino HistoricalMarker SanJuanCity.jpg
Ang Club Filipino at ang
Partido Nacionalista
The Club Filipino and the Nacionalista Party In commemoration of the efforts of the Nacionalista Party members against the Federalista Party members' goal of making the Philippines a US state. Club Filipino Ave., Greenhills Filipino April 29, 1996 ClubFilipinoAtAngPartidoNacionalista HistoricalMarker SanJuanCity.jpg
El Deposito The Reservoir Structure Reservoir Old Spanish reservoir which supplied Manila. Site of the Battle of Pinaglabanan. Pinaglabanan Shrine Park, Corazon de Jesus Filipino August 30, 1972

El deposito marker.jpg

Felipe Agoncillo (1859–1941) at Marcela Mariño Agoncillo (1859–1946) Felipe Agoncillo (1859–1941) and Marcela Mariño Agoncillo (1859–1946) Burial place of Felipe Agoncillo, the first Filipino diplomat and Marcela Mariño Agoncillo, who sewed the First Filipino flag. Santuario de Santo Cristo Church graveyard, F. Blumentritt St. Filipino September 29, 1982

Felipe Agoncillo Marcela Mariño Agoncillo NHCP Historical Marker.png

Pang-alaalang Dambana ng Pinaglabanan Pinaglabanan Shrine Structure Monument Shrine park was built by the Pinaglabanan Memorial Commission. Transferred to the National Historical Institute on February 4, 1974. Pinaglabanan Shrine Park, Corazon de Jesus Filipino August 30, 1976

Pinaglabanan marker.jpg

Ang Simbahan ng San Juan del Monte The Church of San Juan del Monte Building House of Worship Planned and built by architect Luis Arellano in 1896. Rebuilt in 1951. 140 Pinaglabanan Rd., Pedro Cruz English March 31, 1974 Ang Simbahan ng San Juan del Monte NHCP Historical Marker.jpg
Tulay ng San Juan San Juan Bridge Site Bridge Served as a boundary between the Filipino and American forces. N. Domingo St. Filipino February 5, 2009

Tulay ng San Juan Marker.jpg

Victoria Lopez-Araneta Civic leader and writer. Born on March 6, 1907. Established the White Cross. White Cross, Col. Bonny Serrano Ave. Filipino 2007

White Cross Orphanage 4.JPG

Taguig

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
Philippine Expeditionary Forces to Korea Monument Personage Deployed by the Philippines under command of the United Nations to defend the Korean Peninsula during the Korean War Philippine–Korea Friendship Center, Bayani Rd. June 25, 2015
Pook na Sinilangan ni Felix Y. Manalo Birthplace of Felix Y. Manalo Site Site Birthplace of Felix Manalo, the founder of the Iglesia ni Cristo. Built churches in the Philippines and across the globe. Felix Y. Manalo National Historical Landmark, F. Manalo St., Calzada, Tipas Filipino 2007 Pook na Sinilangan ni Felix y Manalo Historical Marker.png
Simbahan ng Tagig Taguig Church Building House of Worship Built by Augustinians in 1587 under parish priest P. Diego Alvarez. Taguig Church façade, General Antonio Luna St., Santa Ana Filipino July 25, 1987 Simbahan ng Tagig NHCP Historical Marker.jpg

Valenzuela

Marker title English translation Category Type Description Location Language Date issued Image
Dr. Pio Valenzuela

1869 - 1956
Dakilang Katipunero at Lingkod ng Bayan

Dr. Pio Valenzuela

1869 - 1956
Great Katipunero and Servant of the Nation

Revolutionary and member of the Katipunan. Born on July 11, 1869. Pio Valenzuela Ancestral House, Dr. Pio Valenzuela St. cor. Kabesang Pino St. Pariancillo Villa Filipino July 11, 1966 Dr. Pio Valenzuela historical marker.jpg
Labanan sa Malinta
26 Marso 1899
Battle of Malinta
March 26, 1899
Site Site Where the Battle of Malinta between Filipino and American soldiers took place. Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Valenzuela, Maysan Rd., Malinta Filipino April 22, 2013 [49] Labanan sa Malinta historical marker.jpg
Punong Himpilan ng Operasyong Militar sa Maynila Headquarters of the Military Operations in Manila Site Site Where Gen. Antonio Luna stationed against the American forces in Manila. Old Polo Train Station, MacArthur Highway cor. G. Lazaro St., Brgy. Dalandanan Filipino April 15, 2015 6017Valenzuela railway station 08.jpg

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Bibliography

  • National Historical Institute (1993). Historical Markers: Metropolitan Manila. National Historical Institute.
  • National Historical Institute (1993). Historical Markers: Regions I-IV and CAR. National Historical Institute.
  • National Historical Institute (2008). Historical Markers (1992 - 2006). National Historical Institute.
  • A list of sites and structures with historical markers, as of 16 January 2012
  • A list of institutions with historical markers, as of 16 January 2012

External links

  • A list of sites and structures with historical markers, as of 16 January 2012
  • A list of institutions with historical markers, as of 16 January 2012
  • National Registry of Historic Sites and Structures in the Philippines
  • Policies on the Installation of Historical Markers
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