Baclayon Church & Museum: A Filipino Heritage

Baclayon Church view from Outside

The Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception or commonly known as the Baclayon Church in Baclayon, Bohol is the second oldest stone church in the Philippines and it firmly stands as a proof to the boholano’s devotion to their faith. Constructed on 1717 by the native people of Baclayon, it was exquisitely made from coral stones and was cemented using the white of over millions of eggs.

Baclayon Church in Front

The interior of the church is abundant with eye-catching displays like the crystal chandelier, altar with gold-decorated carvings, silver tabernacle, life-size statues, which date back to the early 16th century. The church is surrounded with stone edifices that were added way back in the 19th century by the Augustinian Recollects.

Inside Baclayon Church

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