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Before heading out the town and on our way to Ilocos Sur, we stopped and tour this cathedral. Walked around the property and gave respect. Not a bad place to visit because of history of the place itself, also this is the gateway to Norte...More
To be honest, as a non-believer the church itself was just ok for me. HOWEVER, next to it is the ruin of where the old prayer hall once was, and which is now within the church gardens. They've kept the remains of the walls and...More
while it's true that all old churches (built during the Spanish era) look alike (same façade, same lay out), I really enjoy visiting churches -- to appreciate the structure, to say my prayers, to offer a candle for my intentions, and to listen to history.
The church is just the same as it is. Nothing significant to be expected.
But the pasalubongs are even cheaper than in calle crisologo or in the market. I suggest buying pasalubongs here if you can't visit the public market. The saleslady said they have...More
St. Augustine Church or "Apo Caridad", as the townspeople fondly call the Nuestra Senora de Caridad in their Ilokano dialect, is one of the oldest structures in Ilocos Sur. The blue and white structure (symbolizing the colors of the Virgin Mary) and her big statue...More