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Appreciate the history in this protected church . On our passage to Antique we went out of our way to visit and ask for silent blessings. Worth taking photos. Similar to the one in Laoag , Ilocos Norte.
What I like about this church is that the facade feels Filipino. There are palm trees and papaya trees. Built in 1787, it was damaged in an earthquake in 1948. I am proud to say that my grand uncle was instrumental in having it restored....More
If you're in iloilo don't miss to visit the very beautiful church in Miagao. The walls of the church has a unique design that will catch the attention of the tourists. Vintage yet beautiful. It's one hour drive from city heading to south. Of course...More
Majectic historical airconditioned church! It's a jeepney ride away from Iloilo City. There's a busy park in front the church where you can observe families and friends loiter while the mass is ongoing.
Built in the highest point of Miagao, this church captivated me the first time I saw it. It was used in the earlier days as a fortress to help keep the townspeople safe from Moro invaders. It is rich in culture and history. I still...More
Miagao is a UNESCO World Heritage site - it's architecture typically Baroque - a style which the Spanish were experts in building in. What the Spaniards were unaccustomed to was the topography and geology of the Philippines - earthquakes and typhoons are alien to Spain,...More
This gem of a church is a place to visit and worship. It brings you back in the Spanish era with its intricate mason work inside and out. This has been granted as a UN Heritage site that greets its visitors with a touch of...More
I've heard a lot of good things about this church and when I finally saw it with my own eyes, it didn't disappoint. I found out that this 200+ year old church is now classified as a UNESCO World Heritage site. I have seen truly...More