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I am interested to visit churches in Ilocos, for these are way humongous! I appreciate that some (?) of the churches here are Augustinian, and this is one of the Augustinian churches in the Northern region in the Philippines.
This church is part of our tour in Ilocos way back 2013. It is a must visit destination and it is just near the Sand Dunes. We would have appreciated the church's solemnity more if it wasn't full of tourist. So I'd suggest you come...More
Namamangha parin ako sa ganda at disenyo ng arkitekto ng mg simbahan sa pilipinas, sana ma preserve pa natin ito at ito ang ating munting kayamanan na ipag mamalaki natin sa buong mundo Last visit November 2016
Protect and preserve the philipine treasure
This is one of the oldest Churches in the Philippines and part of UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has survived a number of earthquakes through restorations. What is unique about this church is the massive buttresses it has. It has a bell tower adjacent to...More
Also known as Paoay church, the St. Augustine Church was simply an amazing sight to behold.
I fell in love with the outer architecture.
It was a road trip well worth it. I'm so glad to have dragged my family here.
Talk to me about the old time. This church will definitely take you back in the old times. The ambiance is magnificent, the wind is cold, the garden outside the church won't disappoint, don't forget to take a photo and post in your instagram.
One of the oldest church here at home and few remaining earthquake baroque architecture. The facade is magnificent and imposing. It stood the test of time. The best time to visit is on breaking dawn until early morning to avoid summer heat.