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Attractions in Mandaue City



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Basilica Minore del Santo Nino

Basilica Minore del Santo NinoNearby City

4.4/5241 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Open all day (Local time)
The Church of the Infant is located near the Magellan's Cross and was rebuilt in 1740. It has been more than 200 years old and is the old Roman Catholic church in the Philippines. There is a statue of a young Jesus in a room in the Church of the Infant. It is said that Magellan gave the Queen of Cebu in 1521, and many locals will line up to pray.
Taoist Temple Cebu

Taoist Temple CebuNearby City

4.3/598 Reviews
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Taoist Temple
Open from 6:00am-5:00pm (Local time)
In 1972 the local Chinese community built this large, colorful Philippine Taoist Temple in Cebu City. Both worshippers and non-worshippers can enter the temple free of charge. Every child in the city makes a field trip here sometime during grade school. Many believers seek guidance on life choices here through various rituals or from the monks of the temple. .Whether a believer or not, you find this a clean, quiet place for meditation. You can take pictures of the exterior, but signs prohibit taking photos inside, and security guards do enforce this regulation.
Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral

Cebu Metropolitan CathedralNearby City

4.3/561 Reviews
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Open from 9:00am-7:00pm (Local time)
Cebu Cathedral is a newer church one block from the Church of the Holy Child. Compared with the decadent sense of the Church of the Holy Child, it is neat, solemn and simple, blending the styles of modern minimalism and classical churches. The popularity of Cebu Cathedral is slightly weaker than that of the Church of the Infant, but the exterior and interior are more gorgeous, and the church under the night is more beautiful. There are often new people who hold weddings there.
Image of Sto. Nino

Image of Sto. NinoNearby City

4.5/519 Reviews
1730 Jesuit House

1730 Jesuit HouseNearby City

4.2/59 Reviews
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Open 24 hours (Local time)
Temple of Leah

Temple of LeahNearby City

4.4/55 Reviews
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Chapel of San Pedro Calungsod

Chapel of San Pedro CalungsodNearby City

4.5/54 Reviews
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The Chapel of San Pedro Calungsod is a Roman Catholic Church located near SM Seaside City and named after the Filipina Saint San Pedro Calungsod. The chapel is popular for the seaside views it offers as well as the many opportunities for photographs. Many visitors note the fascinating architectural design elements used by US-based architect Carlos Arnaiz. Given its location near the sea, the chapel is often at risk for flooding, so Arnaiz’s design incorporates several raised elements as defenses against the waters. Overall this is a beautiful location and certainly one worth seeing.
Carmelite Monastery Cebu City

Carmelite Monastery Cebu CityNearby City

3.5/53 Reviews
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Baclayon Church

Baclayon ChurchNearby City

4.1/599 Reviews
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Simala Shrine

Simala ShrineNearby City

4.6/514 Reviews
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