Also known as Lazi Monastery. Very quiet and harmonious feeling. There is a small museum on the second floor, which displays many artifacts and religious objects of the Catholic Church. The appearance is very Chinese architectural style. Across the road is a church under repair.
Come to this 160-year old church. Without following them, I sat down with the devout prayers in the last row, closed my eyes, and my heart was peaceful at that moment!
Just across the road from Lazi Church, you can reach the church, which is said to be the oldest convent in Asia. In the past, this was a Spanish barracks, and the first floor of this side was the church office, and there were some rest spaces for nuns. Next to it is a school. The uniforms of the students are still pretty. The female students in the monastery are very friendly.
This monastery is right across from the church and is said to be the largest convent in Asia more than 100 years ago. It is now a church school. There are a dozen students in each grade, and the conditions are very difficult. The second floor is basically empty, and now it is also a wooden result, very old. The big trees in front of the door have a history of hundreds of years and have their own characteristics.
The convent is right next to the church, within walking distance, the church and the school are separated by a tree! When I went there, the students had already finished class. I met a lot of students. I ran into a handsome Filipino guy and asked to take a photo together. It was so nice! Andy Lau from the Philippines, hahaha. Super Pose King, on the road, when the children saw us from a distance, they shouted "Anihasayo" →.→ It is conceivable that more Koreans travel to the Philippines than teach.
This photo is of two big trees at the entrance of the monastery, where many people enjoy the shade. It is also the largest convent in the Philippines and is a key cultural relic under protection in the Philippines. Now it seems to have been changed to a church school. When we went there, it happened to be on vacation and we didn't see any students.