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This old curch has great lighting. Good for selfie, groupie or pictorial. It has natural light that... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Gilbert C
Abulog, Cagayan, Philippines
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Heritage, religious and culture

One of the oldest Roman Catholic Convent in the world. It was rehabilitated by the National... read more

Reviewed July 10, 2017
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This old curch has great lighting. Good for selfie, groupie or pictorial. It has natural light that illuminates along the old chuch facade. Buy a candle from the local vendor and make a wish

Thank Gilbert C
Reviewed July 10, 2017

One of the oldest Roman Catholic Convent in the world. It was rehabilitated by the National Historical Commission recently and is now open for tourist.

Thank maricar_aranas
Reviewed June 27, 2017

This convent is one of the oldest in the Philippines. It is made of wood and stone on the ground level. Some parts of the convent need to be repaired. The second level was almost empty, all the important furniture and fixtures of the convent...More

Thank JojoVito
Reviewed May 9, 2017 via mobile

This convent is one of the most amazing I've seen. I knee that this is the largest covent in Asia and one of the oldest too. During my visit, the convent is under renovation so I can only stare it from the road section in...More

Thank Robe Jan Ivan P
Reviewed April 24, 2017

love the cool and quite surroundings....but hate the renovations of the century old convent...lost its ambience as a mission center...

Thank mucho143
Reviewed April 20, 2017 via mobile

This was supposed to be part of our itinerary but there was an on going construction and tourists were not allowed to enter. The convent has a beautiful and interesting facade.

Thank Joanna M
Reviewed April 14, 2017 via mobile

Sadly not much to look at or do here. Basically and oldish building with current renovations. The church across the road is quite nice though.

Thank libogtom
Reviewed March 27, 2017

Located just across Lazi Church. Distinguished for being the oldest and once considered as the largest convent in Asia. Built thirty years after the Lazi Church (1857), the rickety building houses a school and a museum, but the artifacts were completely moved somewhere else during...More

Thank DJ R
Reviewed March 13, 2017

This a Spanish era church with the classic design architecture of that era. A solemn place perfect for those wanting to slow down a bit and reflect during their Siquijor trip.

Thank Gie L
Reviewed March 13, 2017

The Convent is located across the street of Lazi Church. Its stone structure is massive and reflected the era when it was built.. during the Spanish regime.

Thank Zledna
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