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Tandrima wrote a review Feb 2020
A serene place to visit and had a rich history of Spanish colonization.Built in 1611 and renovated later in 1896 by Dona Aurora Quezon.
Date of experience: February 2020
Malou B wrote a review Jul 2019
Quezon City, Philippines2,148 contributions155 helpful votes
this is a small quaint church which can be a worship stop for reflection for tourists. This is worth visiting because of its religious and historical significance.
Date of experience: May 2019
Glamgc wrote a review Jul 2019
81 contributions19 helpful votes
This quaint church was part of the list of day tours in Baler. We decided to go back the next day to participate during the early morning Sunday mass as we plan to leave for Manila by late morning to avoid traffic. The native churchgoers were very friendly and there were smiles all round. We did not feel like outsiders because of the warmth of their smiles. The Offertory was a pleasant surprise as you can opt to stand in line and bring your offering in front to the priest. Overall, mass was very lively and there is a sense of belonging. One of the member of the Knights of Columbus gladly offered to show us the way to the market where we can buy Baler goodies to take home with us. The extra mile was very much appreciated!…
Date of experience: March 2019
Monica Cruz wrote a review Jul 2019
Manila, Philippines247 contributions20 helpful votes
It's a small historical church with a simple and beautiful interior. It may be noticed that there were renovations done in the church since it's already a century old. If you happen to visit the museum first, you will see the original look of the church before its renovation.
Date of experience: July 2019
GioRamos wrote a review Jun 2019
Pasig, Philippines86 contributions28 helpful votes
The church speaks volumes of history and provincial charm, though you would be surprised at its small size.
Date of experience: June 2019
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