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We used this church for a very special day for my little boy. What a day, it's a fantastic setting, full of history. We had relatives show up from all over the Philippines 🇵🇭
This is a truly magical place.
Went here for a wedding. It has a big parking space. The architectural design is amazing; I felt like I was in the year 1800's. I think it is one of the best churches to celebrate weddings etc. People around are accommodating, will help you...More
Barsoain Church is very iconic and especially for me I always remember it during my school days as the back side of the P10 bank note. We visited on a Sunday, so yes the mass goes on and on and only stops for lunch. The...More
Beautiful church from the exterior to the interiors. Simple but with a statement. I just hope the place be maintained as to the historical carvings and ceiling designs. At the time we visited a wedding was to be held. The choir was vibrant to envelop...More
Barasoain Church is small but very historic and beautiful. The facade of the church is quite simple but charming. The church doors got carvings of saints and very pretty.
The interior of the church is in white and gold. The paintings on its walls and...More
Barasoain's historical significance should be enough to make anyone decide to visit the church. Nevertheless, the Barasoain Church perhaps among the most picturesque (and widely recognizable) church facade in the Philippines as it used to be printed in the P10 bill.
If you want to...More
Many years ago, this church was commemorated on the back of the national 10 peso bill. It was here on the 15th September 1898 that Gen Aguinaldo established a revolutionary government. The Revolutionary Congress was inaugurated at this church.
It was at this church that...More