Throwback Thursday: Intramuros

Intramuros is a historical district of Manila. When the Spanish ruled the city, they built a wall around it, hence the name “intramuros,” which means “in the walls.” Much of this part of the city was destroyed when it was invaded by the Japanese during World War II. You can still find some historical buildings, a beautiful cathedral, Fort Santiago, and a structure where I think they made ammunition? Cannonballs or something? I can’t remember; let me know if you do. Anyway, here are some pictures from when I was there in 2010.
I was so excited when I saw this dude sportin a NOFX shirt:


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