Manila Monuments and Historic Buildings: Coconut Palace
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Manila, National Capital Region, Philippines
The Coconut Palace is also called as Tahanang Pilipino and it’s a palace situated in Manila in Philippines. The architect of the palace is Francisco Manosa. Built in 1978, this site is built from many Philippine hardwood and coconut shells and a special engineered coconut lumber known as ‘Imelda Madera’. It is also used as a museum and an orchidarium. Recently, it’s been renovated as it will be the official office and residence of the Vice President of the Philippines.
The Coconut Palace situating in Manila is built up of several coconut shells, Philippine hardwood and Imelda Madera, a specially organized coconut lumber. At present this palace is the most attractive venue for weddings and its proximity to the Sofitel... more Philippine Plaza, a 5-star hotel, can be added as an advantage.
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