This was a beautiful church that has now been damaged by earthquake. They are currently in the process of repairing it - thank god for that.
Its very sad looking now after the earthquake but its still full of history and its a quick stop to take some pics of the damage anyway. Its in the process of being rebuilt but it will take a long time. Its a shame to see such an important structure so damaged.
The church is still impressive, despite being so damaged by the earthquake. Actually, the main damage is on the facade and the tower, but the interior has suffered mostly surface damage. It is well worth entering and your money will help restore the church to some semblance of its former glory. Compared with the damage suffered in Loboc, it actually... More
Every time I traveled Bohol. I always pay a visit to this stunning church that was ever made in the history of Catholicism in the Philippines. If you intended to visit this place may not worth it anymore after the 7.2 magnitude hit the place the church has ruin its structures. :(
In the past the church for sure was impressive but it was heavily damaged by earthquake in October 2013. When I was passing by in early January 2014 access to it was closed and work on securing the site was ongoing. The tower was separated from the rest of the church and seems to be quite unstable. The main street... More
Sadly this was destroyed by an earthquake in 2013. I was here first in 1999 and the experience was breathtaking. However the church needed some more maintenance. You can ask permission to go up to the 2nd floor, and get a bird's eye view of the town.
I've been entered here twice..., during our first tour in Bohol with friends, and on with my boyfriend. Its been a nice and one of the oldest historical church in Bohol. We still passed here many times with my boyfriend during our last visited in Bohol, just end our vacation a month ago (September 2013) before the earthquake came. That... More
i went here before the earthquake,back in 2008. The church has a very large area outside which gives you a better view of the church when you are standing on the road. The walls as you will touch it, its made of corals and you can see moss and algaes on it. The interior is very old. Bt the altar... More
Few years back we been there in Bohol for a tour with my friends and family. One of the places that I love is the century old Loboc and Baclayon Church, Loboc river cruise, tarsier and the Chocolate Hills. A day after the M7.2 Earthquake, I went back to Bohol, and this time, I was with Earthquake Quick Response team... More
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