Quiapo Church, also known as the Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene, is a prominent Roman Catholic church located in the district of Quiapo in Manila, Philippines. It is considered one of the most significant religious sites in the country and attracts millions of devotees every year. The church is known for its dark, baroque-style façade and houses the revered Black Nazarene, a life-size wooden sculpture of Jesus Christ carrying the cross, which is believed to have miraculous powers. The church holds daily masses and novena services for the faithful, and its plaza is a bustling hub of commerce, street performers, and devotees selling religious items. Despite its chaotic atmosphere, Quiapo Church remains a place of deep religious significance and devotion for many Filipinos.