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San Pedro Street, Molo, Iloilo City, Iloilo, Philippines
7 months ago
I was lucky enough to get married before the pandemic. I got married in St. Ann Parish, Molo. This church was the only Church Jose rizal visited and more than 200 years old! Yet here it is so grand and with the longest aisle in Panay ✨ The joke is, half way of the walk down the aisle? You can still exit the side door because you still have enough time to think it over hahaha. Here are some photos of that happy day!
3 years ago
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Saint Anne Parish Church’s neo-Gothic style, particularly the pyramidal red spires on the crown of its bell towers, makes it one of Iloilo City’s most distinct landmarks. At the time the edifice was constructed, cement was unavailable so the white coral rocks and limestones that make up the church were put together by masons using a mixture of sand and egg whites. The women of Molo gathered the egg yolk and created baked goods, initiating a tradition of Ilonggo pastry treats. Panaderia de Molo keeps history alive until today through its beloved local yet Spanish-inspired Galletas (thin biscuits), Bañadas (sugar-glazed cookies), and Barquillos (rolled wafer biscuits).
8 months ago
Manila Cathedral This cathedral has a very interesting life. It was built and destroyed and burnt and renewed after the Filipino's turbulent history.The information is handed in the entrance and clear explanation is given in each part of the cathedral. A must-see destination for travellers!
a year ago
PALACIO DEL GOBERNADOR At present, the building houses the Intramuros Administration, the Commission on Elections and the Home Development Mutual Fund National Capital Region Office. It also previously housed the Bureau of the Treasury until it relocated across Plaza de Roma to the Ayuntamiento de Manila.
a year ago
Home of the miraculous Black Nazarene, Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene is deeply ingrained in the spiritual lives of Filipinos. The religious sanctuary boats classic Baroque architecture, with two high bell towers greeting church visitors. Beautiful colors of white and gold adorn the church's interiors while the Black Nazarene sits on the main altar. Millions attend the Feast of Black Nazarene every year, praying for healing or a significant breakthrough in their life.
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