From the Chocolate Hill to Baclayon Church ⛪️, this is the oldest church on Bohol Island, you can see the traces of history from the exterior.
But we must arrive before five o'clock in the afternoon. We arrived 15 minutes before the end of get off work, but we still couldn't enter the main church. We only saw the annex building and had to buy tickets.
As early as 1595, but soon forced to move to the inland area of Roba. It was not until 1717 that Bacajun became a parish and built a new church. About 200 local migrant workers were forced to build churches with coral stones.
The church was built in 1737. This church is made of coral stone. It is the oldest church in Asia. There is also a small museum and bell tower above the church. They are well preserved and are one of the must-see attractions in Bohol Island. . Sitting inside, it feels very peaceful and peaceful! (Friends in shorts and short skirts, remember to surround the "red cloth" prepared on the table at the entrance of the church before entering the church. After leaving the church, take the cloth off and fold it back on the table!) The walls are made up of coral reefs. A person will charge 50 yuan (with toilets inside). Some of the murals inside are repainted (the old ones are broken). If you have visited a church in Europe, this is a bit ordinary
This church is very beautiful, the interior window dome is very beautiful, and the picture from the outside is also good. It is the second point of a day trip to the land. The entrance is written as a 50 fee. I don't know if it is a special day. Anyway, I didn't charge when I went in. There are people doing churches inside. There's a local girl at the back of the church rehearsing. It's fun.
Nice church! However, it was partially destroyed by the recent Oct earthquake. Some of the church area is out of bounds for fear of weak structural damage. There are some heavy duty hard hards around for tourists. Understandably, they were issued to the tourists when the church re opened aft earthquake.
Nice church! Really loved the architecture and/or design of the place. Remember not to wear short skirts or anything like that, but lo and behold, the church is well-prepared. They handed me a cloth to wrap around my waist and to cover my legs. Haha! XD
Historical and should be part of the tour in tag buksan city. Old historical churches are all over the city.
One of the oldest churches of the Philippines. Good place to visit if you're into old architectures. It is not so well maintained and preserved though like the churches of Europe.
This was a beautiful church from the 1700s that was partially destroyed in the 2013 earthquakes. They have been slowly working to restore it (at least when I was last there). Our guide took us around the premises and show us different statues, but there were many areas she wouldn't go inside because she said many locals see pictures of demons and other things when looking at or especially photographing certain areas.