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I love thia church and i dont know why,, even though the tourist guide told me many times that church isnt a catholic church., well i dont mind.. i cant explain the feeling everytime im inside that church.. i cried and everything i want to...More
The area is located near the entrance of the town. Their is no free parking but the fee is minimal. The church is well constructed and historical. You can include this one in your itinerary when you want to see the hanging coffins. Their is...More
1. Location - near to everything (wet and dry market, restaurants, saturday market day, tourist center, quite near to Inandako Inn and a soccer field, the entry to the Echo Valley Trail is to the side
2. Go to the second floor, perfect for...More
I was amazed of the altar's appearance. The statue of Jesus Christ was made of wood and beside it were wood carvings but I really can't identify the images. Since it was almost 5 pm, it was almost empty, very solemn. It's my first visit...More
the simplicity of the church complements the simplicity of sagada. entering the church will give you goosebumps knowing the traditional ways of burial and ceremonies being held every now and then. they embrace christianity without sacrificing their tradition and culture.