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Old ruins

It is a must see if your a catholic or if you just like relics or just basically want to do some... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
nackygurl
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New York
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Old Church

We had a quick stop over at St Isidore de Labrador Church, I was awe with the church as it still... read more

Reviewed 9 October 2017
chax10
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Iligan, Philippines
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Lazi, Philippines
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

It is a must see if your a catholic or if you just like relics or just basically want to do some instagram. People do some pilgrimage other do pictures. Me, im just fascinated with the architecture. Its from the Spanish era and they still...More

Thank nackygurl
Reviewed 9 October 2017

We had a quick stop over at St Isidore de Labrador Church, I was awe with the church as it still have the original wooden floors. Our guide told us that the church is already 400 years old. Solemnity of the place make you feel...More

Thank chax10
Reviewed 26 September 2017 via mobile

This church is history old.you will really amaze at how this structure stood the test of time. The flooring are original wood. One really experience the solemnity of the place. And it's near the lazy convent.

Thank grace c
Reviewed 27 June 2017

Another old treasure in Siquijor is the St. Isidore Church or Lazi Church. The church still has wooden floors wherein some women were applying some wax during our visit. I haven't seen yet other old church with wooden floors. Unfortunately, they were not able to...More

Thank JojoVito
Reviewed 26 June 2017 via mobile

A large stone church in relatively good condition with a convent across the way. It is on the way to the falls, so it is easy to stop here. Nothing really special, but if you haven't seen a Spanish colonial church in the Philippines, this...More

Thank stonewithnomoss
Reviewed 22 June 2017

Haven't got the chance to enter the church as the doors are closed. But still, we enjoyed a glimpse of the church and the Lazi Convent which is in front of St. Isidore de Labrador Church.

Thank IamTeej
Reviewed 18 May 2017 via mobile

This Catholic Church is very impressive! Aside from the year it was built, I'm amazed with their floorings. Yes, the floorings. It's made of wood and until now, it exists. As a tourist from a place with so many old churches, I can say that...More

Thank Robe Jan Ivan P
Reviewed 30 April 2017

My sister's goal in Siquijor is to visit old churches. There were a lot of them here and this Lazi church was a very old one. The floors, the ceiling and walls showed all signs of the church falling apart. But this is all part...More

1  Thank JoyFranz
Reviewed 24 April 2017

love the quite and cool green surroundings....good place to pray and meditate...just relax and enjoy ...

Thank mucho143
Reviewed 31 March 2017 via mobile

This very big church is in dire need for repairs before it can't be saved. Entrance is sadly free since some cash could help restore it. Still the size of the building is impressive.

Thank Olivier_Le_H
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