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Immaculate Conception Cathedral, Puerto Princesa
Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
Greeting its visitors with a baby blue and white Gothic facade, Immaculate Conception Cathedral casts a quaint silhouette along one of the central avenues of Puerto Princesa. A signifier of Spanish colonialism, consecrated in 1910 and declared an Apostolic Vicariate in 1955, the church lies at the heart of the island’s Catholic community, hosting daily services. On entering the interior of the church, warm blue hues wash over you from turquoise stained glass, contrasting against the hanging yellow lanterns and dark wooden beams. Stop by for mass or visit later in the day to simply bask in a serene environment. Make Immaculate Conception Cathedral part of your personalized Puerto Princesa itinerary using our Puerto Princesa trip itinerary builder.
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行ってみると、そんなに大きくなく、古びて、色もくすんでいて、ごく普通の教会でした。たまたま、パレードにぶつかり、現地の風俗に触れることができました。教会裏に、グッズショップがあり、６０P～100Pで、ペンダントが買えます。お土産にどうぞ。Not so big, old, dark color, was a regular Church. You could hit parade as it happens, the local customs. The toy shop and behind the Church, 60 P to 100 p, can I buy a pendant. Souvenirs here.show original
Churches in the Philippines are always super beautiful. Also, I think in all of my trips in the Philippines, my friends and I always make sure to visit at least one. We stayed there only for a couple ... read more »
It was beautiful and peaceful church, located in the city centre of Puerto Princesa. i walked from my hostel to this church, around 20minutes, if you too lazy to walk just hire tricycle for 10-20 peso... read more »
Regina Clara Gatinao
This cathedral is originally owned by the Recollect Fathers and the exterior design was patterned with the Basilica Minore of San Sebastian in Quiapo, Manila. This church is gothic on the outside but native in the inside... The ceiling is carved by the inmates of Iwahig Penal Colony.
beautiful it must be a part of your Palawan visit god bless , and amen
I visited this beautiful midd size church in 2014
So beautiful place
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