Hotel Gritti Palace Italy

hotel gritti palace italy
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Malacanang Palace
Malacanang Palace
Malacanang Palace, as seen from across the Pasig river in Manila. Is the official residence of the President of the Philippines, located at the north bank of the Pasig River in Manila. It is called Palasyo nang Malakanyang in Filipino, and Malacanan Palace when referred to as the office of the president. The official etymology from 1930s says that the name comes from a tagalog phrase " may lakan dyan " , which means " there is a nobleman there " , for it was once the home of a wealthy Spanish merchant before it hosted the nation's chief executive. The Spanish themselves, on the other hand , said the name came from : " Mamalakaya", or the fishermen who once laid out their catch in the bend of the river where the Palace now stands. Another source attributes the origin of the phrase ma-la-kan-iyan, or " where the chief resided. " A more mundane claim is that the Palace actually got its name from the street where it was located, the Calzada de Malacanang. A summer home originally built in 1802 by Spanish aristocrat Don Luis Rocha, then subsequently purchased by an official and then purchased by the state, became the temporary residence of the Governors-General. GG Rafael de Echague y Bermingham, previously governor of Puerto Rico , was therefore the first governor to occupy Malacanang Palace. When the Philippines came under American rule following the Spanish-American War, Malacanang Palace became the residence of the American Governor-General. In 1900, William Howard Taft became the first Civil- Governor resident. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Palace and the Garden - Mysore palace
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