Baler Catholic Church

San Luis St., Baler, Aurora

Baler Catholic Church
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EJ B.
5.0 Stars

Across the Doña Aurora House is the Baler Church, and it is also near in the plaza. According to the Philippine history, originally constructed in 1611, the church is dedicated to San Luis Obispo de Tolos. It is also the site of the Siege of Baler, which took place from 1898-1899 shortly following the end of the Spanish colonization of the Philippines. According to the locals, this is only a replica, the original was gone long time ago. 9962128515

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Kara G.
5.0 Stars

This was years ago! Just thought I'd write a review since I miss Baler.

The time we visited, the church was closed. I just remember these cement footsteps. It had been raining the day before and that morning, I vividly remember. And we walked from Quezon's house to this church.

I hope I can go back soon and this time get to pray inside the church 9786

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Jacque B.
5.0 Stars

According to our tour guide, this church is not the original church in terms of location and the building itself. The original one was washed out by the flood this town experienced more than century ago.

This is already replica and instead of restoration of the old one, they've chosen to relocate it in the town proper from far the sea.

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Zai M.
5.0 Stars

For me, all churches are beautiful 10084128146 This church is near other Baler tourist spots such as Museo de Baler, Aurora's Ancestral House, Baler sign and souvenir shops.

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Sas R.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Chrislyn F.
4.0 Stars

Taken outside Baler church, haven't got the chance to have a photo inside the church because there's a "padasal" that time. The entrance door is small but if you go inside, you'll be amazed because it's spacious.

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