Roxas Boulevard in Manila

<b>18. Manila, Philippines</b><br>
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Manila, the capital, is the nation’s main seaport and the site of many of the Philippines’ major news agencies. For three centuries, it was a part of the Spanish East Indies. Spanish influence on the city remains evident today.<br>
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Currency value change since 2008: 2% decrease<br>
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( Mike Gonzalez )

18. Manila, Philippines

Manila, the capital, is the nation’s main seaport and the site of many of the Philippines’ major news agencies. For three centuries, it was a part of the Spanish East Indies. Spanish influence on the city remains evident today.

Currency value change since 2008: 2% decrease

Read more:

Philippines Department of Tourism

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