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this Church is the only minor Basilica in the whole Bicol Region and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Caceres, situated in naga city -also known as the Pilgrim City and Queen City in the province of camarines sur.
it is one of the largest Marian...More
The Shrine houses the miraculous Our Lady of Peñafrancia. It is very well maintained - clean, solemn and very beautiful altar. The stained glass that depicts the story of how our Lady of Peñafrancia image got to Naga City is absolutely captivating. Access to the...More
after enjoying Naga hot-spring, we stopped to enjoy this minor basilica, as WikiPedia mentions that it is one of the largest Mariam pilgrimage sites in Asia. surely, it was worthy of stop. I really enjoy the interior design. the basilica which constructed in 1976 is...More
If you are a Marian devotee, you should drop by and pay a visit to Our Lady of Penafrancia. The church is quiet and empty on weekdays. You can also buy souvenirs and religious items at their well stocked gift shop.
Best church to visit in Naga City. You don't really need to pay the "tour guides" outside it.........just go to the back of the church to see the Penafrancia. You can see from inside the church OR from the stairs leading to the back of...More
One of the "MUST VISIT" places when in Naga is the Basilica of Our Lady of Penafrancia. If you are at the city center, take a jeepney enroute to Magsaysay Avenue and get off at Mc Donalds.. You can just walk from the main avenue...More
always our first stop whenever we go to Naga City. The Basilica is impressive with its high ceiling and glass painted windows. but most of all you'll feel a certain peace whenever you enter the premises.
I just want to commend the high trees before you enter in the Basilica. It's an art already and pleasing to my eyes. I get a chance to take the picture of a mural in the gazebo which was really close but that time was...More