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Built in 1577 by the Agustinian friars the church showcases beautiful Baroque architecture, the thick walls are made of powdered corals and egg yolks. You can climb up the bell tower to see the large bells and a panoramic view of the surroundings. Go there...More
A must trip when in Capiz, about 20 minute drive from Roxas City. The imposing church showcase Spanish Catholic influence to local community. Great facade currently undergoing restoration and improvement. Good place to visit for tourist looking into culture and arts. Recommended
sta. Monica Parish Church is a baroque church . It houses Asia's biggest bell which weighs 10.4 tons. The church building was built in 1577 by the Agustinian friars.it as 15- minute drive from roxas city.the 1-meter thick walls are made of powdered corals and...More
The church was covered with bamboo scaffolding when we visited it yesterday. It is under restoration. Hence, we were not able to admire its beautiful neoclassical architecture. However, aside from its structure, a visit to the place offers you a chance to journey back in...More
It was a bit of a ride from our hotel. We stayed at bay bay and it took us more than 30 mins to get there by tricycle. It was under renovation so we missed out the opportunity to take nice pictures. We noticed there...More
Massive stone church that started construction around 1572. There are few ceiling paintings and there is a bell reproduction on the side of the church for those that do not want to climb up to the belfry.
The Museum is open from 8 Am until 430 to 5 PM, they would normally close early if there's an event going on (like a fiesta, parade or church-related event). Sorry I don't have a contact number but I guess you can search... More
The Museum is open from 8 Am until 430 to 5 PM, they would normally close early if there's an event going on (like a fiesta, parade or church-related event). Sorry I don't have a contact number but I guess you can search them on the CBCP website :-)