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we were able to visit this church before the big quake in Bohol. we were lucky to see it in its original form.. kind of creepy because it was dim lighted inside but being inside a very old church, wow!
If you love historical monuments, this place might be a must see for you. The place allows FREE entry during mass, which may annoy the locals, but allows for you to take a quick zip round the front and observe the interior at the rear...More
Baclayon Church is a Roman Catholic Church and the oldest coral stone church in the region.The church was closed when we visited but we were able to go inside. I admire the centuries-old structure of the church. Sad that it was damaged by the earthquake...More
Baclayon is a grand old 16th century coral stone church situated a short drive, south east of Tagbiliran City.
If open, check out the museum. 30 minutes is ample time here.
Incorporate the church in your Loboc River Cruise, Corella Tarsier Sanctuary, Bilar forest circuit.
The church is big and there are many Old and antique statue of saints inside the church near the entrance. The altar is so grand and old. A museum is adjacent to the church. Parking is available after paying the museum fee.
This is a very old church and has some repairs being made. Our guide told us that many churches in Bohol were damaged by the earthquake.
As they require visitors not to wear shorts, they provide shawl-like fabrics to cover your legs. They can be...More
We can only be thankful to the national and local authorities for the excellent work in restoring the second oldest (some claim it to be a few years older than San Agustin in Intramuros) church in the country. The Church of Our Lady of Immaculate...More
Beautiful inside, and out. They have a museum where you cannot take photos. They have a souvenir shop at the end of the museum tour. This is a must-see for everyone. I love this church.
Make sure you're wearing pants, or long skirts when entering.