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After touring the grounds, including the interior and exterior of the church, I had noticed a door calling out this museum. We were told to come back after 1pm. They keep the door to the museum locked, but if you ask around usually the curator...More
Southern Cebu City in the Philippines is very rich in history. Boljoon is a place you will pass by in going to Oslob for whale shark watching. So this place must be included in your itinerary if you are a tourist. The museum is divided...More
They have relics here that are as old as 500 years old (if I'm not mistaken) Bones and artifacts from hundreds of years ago, it was all crazy to see. Wish our National Historical Commission would make preserving them a priority before more of them...More
Our group arrived during a mid afternoon sunny day and soon found the guide, who locked her small office after we paid a most reasonable P30 per person.
The parish museum is in three sections with the vestments of the priests handmade by local ladies...More
An old church at the southern part of Cebu. A visit here will give you an impression of how Philippines is doing in the time of Spanish occupation. A simple designed church but still sturdy as of this time. Clean and you may see the...More
Boljoon parish is a landmark of the Philippines Islands. It's a place of national importance situated at a distance of approximately 80 KMs from Cebu City in the South of the Island. Makes for an excellent road trip passing through some of the cleanest white...More
Cameras are not allowed inside the museum. You'll need to pay 20.00php for the entrance and the tour guide that would also include a brief tour around the church's vicinity. First room of the museum is all about the old church relics that were used...More