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This famous church dates back to the early Spanish colonial era. The Church was founded by the Augustinian friars since their arrival in 1565. You could also find in the church the miraculous image of Sto. Nino (Child-Jesus).
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I’m not super fan of religion, but some temples is interesting to visit.
The oldest Roman Catholic church in the Philippines , it is built in 1565, so it’s old enough to feel energy.
Why you visit because to see Santo Nino ( Roman Catholic...More
The church is always crowded, many vendors who will try to force you to buy candles or some likeness of Snr. Santo Nino. The lines for seeing the main attraction is not clearly marked. People with shorts are given cloth to cover their legs to...More
It's very popular with locals and tourists. There is some history on the walls and dotted around the church. However the smell of the sewer is awful.
It is easy to get to and the taxi drivers know it well.
82% of the Filipinos are catholic. This Basilica showcases not just architecture and artistry but likewise the century old history of the Filipinos' faith in their religion. A good place to contemplate and pray.
A lot of history behind the image of Baby Jesus believed to have originated from Mexico aboard the Spanish Galleons. Survived a fire and believed by locals ad miraculous . The Feast of Sto Nino is a Cebu holiday and very widely celebrated by numerous...More