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This church is one of the feminist and amazing church I had been. The architecture of this church shows the beauty of Molo , Iloilo . People around are very friendly and helpful. We always do DIY travel and we never find this place as...More
This is the most feminist church in the country not just because of its beautiful architecture, but more importantly because the statues that are featured inside this gem citadel are all female saints. Interestingly, the streets that squared this church are all named after male...More
This place is amazing, the church is fully air conditioned, well maintained and very accessible by all means of transportation. Its magnificent facade and beautiful interiors, its jaw dropping. I will definitely comeback and visit this church again in the future.
The church has been restored and if airconditioned during celebration of mass. The liturgy was solemn and after mass, you can lounge the plaza and enjoy the relaxed feel of the district of Molo. Then you can criss the street towards the Molo Mansion.
Every time I visit a new place, I always look for an old church near me. I don't know why but it gives me a peace of mind and makes me relax. St. Anne Parish is a must visit church and you will see its...More
The Church was built under the supervision of Father Pablo Montaño in 1831. It was completed by Father Agapito Buenaflor under the direction of Don Jose Manuel Locsin.
This European Gothic inspired church is easily recognisable for its two pyramidal red spires. Just like most...More
On our last night in Iloilo, we decided to walk to the Plaza and check it out. Was greeted by a breezy park, and with the dark facade of the church. We returned the next day to take more photos since it was on the...More