Ruins of Oslob
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Ruins that have stood still for more than a century.
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sternbeliever
10 contributions
Jan 2020
this is actually just one long building fronting the church of the Immaculate Conception in the town's plaza. yes, they've kept the surroundings clean but there's actually nothing more to it.....
Written 12 February 2020
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Eric B
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates29 contributions
Dec 2019
We stopped here for an hour for a stroll along the waterfront. The Church was closed when we were there but makes a nice backdrop for selfies/photography. There is also an old Spanish mortuary chapel that has been converted into a souvenir shop. There are some benches along the seafront to rest on and a free museum showing some old photos and relics of days gone by. The lady running the museum was full of knowledge and very informative. We may have stayed longer but the rain clouds were fast approaching and we were traveling by motorcycle. Plenty of buko stands and fresh produce for sale in the same area. The grapes looked delicious but having just had breakfast we didn't partake.
Written 14 December 2019
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ScambusterSZ
Sydney, Australia1,836 contributions
Aug 2019 • Family
Apart from getting off the thin main road dodging buses, it was nice wander through some history of Cebu and quite a surprise.

There’s not that much to go or see in Oslob so this is definitely a highlight.

It’s straight coastward from the main intersection with 7/11 about 2minutes.

There’s s little museum nearby worth s perk but it’s tiny.
Written 5 August 2019
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Tommo
Melbourne, Australia47,489 contributions
Dec 2018 • Couples
We visited this attraction upon swimming with the Whalesharks in Oslob.

This stucture was built for the Spanish Army however was stopped during the arrival of the Americans in 1899.

Construction is of Coral Stones used from the collapsed floor of the Bell Tower.

On site one can also visit the Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church as well as the small Oslob Museum.
Written 19 January 2019
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