Jai Alai Building
The Manila Jai Alai Building was a building designed by American architect Welton Becket that functioned as a building for which jai alai games were held. Built to the Streamline Moderne style, the building was completed in 1940 and survived the Battle of Manila, only to be demolished on 2000 upon the orders of the Mayor of Manila Lito Atienza amidst protests, to make way for the Manila Hall of Justice, which was never built.
The Aduana building was originally the Customs House, designed in the neo-classical style and was constructed in the 1820s. The Aduana was damaged in the 1863 earthquake and was rebuilt in 1876. The Aduana later became the Central Bank of Philippines.
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In this building, the Spaniards administered the whole Philippine Archipelago, and after the separation of the colony from the Viceroyalty of Mexico, also became the central government building of Las Indias Orientales Espanolas (Spanish East Indies).