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This attraction is an easy trip from Laoag. The church is beautiful and the bell tower is unusual. It was partially destroyed during an earthquake but the semi-destroyed bell tower is hauntingly beautiful. Bacarra itself is an attractive small town. The church is next to...More
Bacarra Church, founded by the Augustinians in 1590, is a National HistoricalLandmark and a National Cultural Treasure. It is known for its centuries-old, domeless or "beheaded" belfry known as Torre ti Bacarra, a 160 ft high structure. Periodic #earthquakes from 1931 to 1971 caused the...More
I guess, since we saw the Paoay Church the day before, I felt underwhelmed by this church. This was not on my list of places to go to but we stopped for a bit here for pictures with the bell tower (another one again). The...More
Bacarra is the town north of Laoag. It takes less than 20 minutes to go there. You can pass by the town on the way further up north.
The Bacarra church is a Roman Catholic Church inaugurated in 1782 and declared a National Cultural Treasure...More
In the last 300 years, Bacarra has had multiple earthquakes so St Andrew the Apostle Catholic Church is not just a declared Filipino national treasure but a partly reconstructed survivor to boot.
The 30 year old restoration used building materials indistinguishable from the original to...More
If you are going to the beaches of Pagudpud from Laoag, I suggest you go the route Bacarra (Bacarra Church) – Pasuquin (Pasuquin Bakery) - Burgos (Burgos Lighthouse) – Bangui (Bangui Windmills) - Pagudpod.
Bacarra Church should be included in your itinerary as the church...More