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Motag Living Museum
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Banaue Rice Terraces
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Historic Walking Areas
Ariel's Point
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Greenbelt Chapel
Points of Interest & Landmarks
St Augustine's Church
Historic Sites, Architectural Buildings, Churches & Cathedrals, Sacred & Religious Sites
Caleruega Church
Churches & Cathedrals
St Augustine's Church
Historic Sites, Architectural Buildings, Churches & Cathedrals, Sacred & Religious Sites
The Ruins
Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites
Paoay Church
Historic Sites, Churches & Cathedrals
St Augustine's Church
Historic Sites, Architectural Buildings, Churches & Cathedrals, Sacred & Religious Sites
San Agustin Church
Sacred & Religious Sites
Pink Sisters’ Convent and Chapel
Churches & Cathedrals, Sacred & Religious Sites
St Augustine's Church
Historic Sites, Architectural Buildings, Churches & Cathedrals, Sacred & Religious Sites
University of the Philippines
Educational sites, Architectural Buildings
The Ruins
Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites
Silliman University
Historic Sites, Architectural Buildings
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An Amazing Church Built in the 1500's and still standing after all the Earthquakes and Typhoons over the years... Really Beautiful inside.
It's best to visit this church during night time as the church glows and it's just so beautiful to witness it's beauty and history.
Visiting UP is a fun and economical way to spend Sundays with the family.The UP academic oval is vehicle-free every Sunday making it a perfect place to jog, walk, or bike.
While the maintenance of the buildings leaves much to be desired, the refreshing and calming greenery makes the campus a welcome oasis amid the urban chaos of the metropolis.
The Ruins Talisay
It is an ancestral mansion of a wealthy family, a lovely place for pictorial,& with lots of portraits and informative relics.. There’s an entrance fee of 100 pesos for adults , and a refreshment made of sugarcane...
I was mesmerized by its structure..it is a plus that we went there at night, i appreciated the lights and it emphasizes the beauty of the mansion house.. plus we met Roger the tour guide who also joing pbb 737 and...
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Silliman University Dumaguete City
The campus is a beautiful, green respite from he surrounding city and contains fine examples of Eastlake architecture, Art Deco, and Classic architecture - set in a mature, verdant Beaux-Arts style arrangement.
But apart from being a hub of knowledge, the colonial edifices within and the seaside campus itself that was dotted with more than a hundred acacia trees make Silliman an ideal spot for a lazy stroll.
... for a long and safe trip, if we can make it a habit that before starting your visit to our favorite tourist spots in Baguio, let us pay a visit to our Lord first so he can bless and guide us safely on our travel.
Baguio Cathedral Baguio Cathedral (Church of Our Lady of Atonement) is a Catholic Church and main attraction of Baguio City, Philippines, located in the heart of city.
The monastery has a collection of religious artwork, colonial and pre-colonial artifacts, paintings, sculptures, religious items, relics and ecclesiastical props used throughout the church's history, the oldest pi...
Because of its antiquity the church and the adjacent monastery is an excellent museum of religious and ecclesiastical art.
Apart from 'The Ruins', the Balay Negrense Museum is also one of the places you can learn a lot from the history of Negros and the local 'royalty' that lived there and then.
The house ranks among the very best of the Silay City ancestral homes both in architecture and personal history.
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Of course I expected the stained glass windows depicting Bible stories, the high ribbed vaulted ceilings, the medieval looking pulpit and architectural details, the paintings and sculptures.
It is a very beautiful church, the first and only one built with steel in the Philippines in 1891.
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Bell Church Bell Church is Chinese Taoist temple and a major tourist destination, having been built in 1960 in the outskirts of Baguio city in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines.
Stop at the Hotel Supreme if heading back to the city for a cup of coffee!
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Well worth a visit and within easy walking distance of the old sinking bell tower.
The church is easy to find located at the heart of the city.
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Zamboanga City Hall Zamboanga City
Yes it was renovated/repaired but the City Government took cognizance of the love of Zamboanguenos of this memorable City Hall and its beautiful history of housing many government offices, its officials and employ...
The entire facade comes to life every night with its display of lights in varied colors.
The aftermath of the storm is all you see on the outside but when you walk inside the beauty of it all is breathtaking
This quaint Catholic church in Dauis, Bohol is among the churches destroyed by the strong earthquake in 2011.
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