Church of St. Louis of Toulouse

A. Racelis Ave., Lucban, Quezon

Church of St. Louis of Toulouse
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Steffhanie S.
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When you're in Lucban, Quezon, here's another holy ground that you can visit, the Church of St. Louise of Toulose.

The San Luis Obispo de Tolosa Parish Church is also known as the Church of Saint Louis of Toulouse Parish which is commonly known and identified as the Lucban Church.

This Roman Catholic parish church located in the province of Lucban, Quezon, is a beautifully strured centerpiece that has its very own distinct, unique and identified character that makes it a remarkable sight to see.

Locals frequent the Church to attend masses but whenever the Pahiyas Festival comes in, thousands and thousands of people flock it to get a sight of oke of the province's highlights.

Make sure to come at an early hour to avoid the rush in visiting the Church. Make sure to be all ready to squeeze in yourself inside while the mass is ongoing because the mass is actually the first part of the festival wherein guidance and security are asked to have everything successfully placed.

Once inside, you'll get to see the high ceilings of the Church that helps in providing good ventilation most especially when it's jam packed with visitors.

The walls are clean and painted with just white only, reflecting purity and cleanliness while you're inside. Additional ceiling and side artworks give it that creative and a bit artsy feels as well.

The simple yet classic looking chandeliers give the interiors more character and aura that actually gives the Church a good lighting as well.

At the center, you will get to see a very clean and polished altar, decorated with colorful flowers and fruits as the specified design for the festival.

The cleanliness and neatness of this Church make it more warm, inviting and welcoming especially for us visitors and travelers. I'll definitely go back here during the off season to appreciate it more while it's more quiet and serene.

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