| 8:00 PM|
30 November 1645
| 7.5 Ms|
| Philippines, Central Luzon|
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1645 Luzon earthquake Wikipedia
The 1645 Luzon earthquake was one of the most destructive earthquakes to hit the Philippines. It occurred on November 30 at about 08:00 PM local time on Luzon Island in the northern part of the country. The island was struck by a 7.5 Ms (surface wave magnitude) tremor produced by the San Manuel and Gabaldon Faults (Nueva Ecija) in the central section of the island.
Aftershocks continued a few days, then on December 4 at 11:00 pm, annother event (allegedly equal or stronger than November 30) hit the area, causing further death and destruction.
In Manila, damage was entirely severe: it almost "crumble" ten newly constructed cathedrals in the capital, residential villas and other buildings. An estimated number of 600 Spanish people were killed, and about 3,000 Spanish were injured.