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Bato Church is one of the rare churches in the Philippines (except perhaps in Bohol) where the materials used are corals and clay. These combination of materials has provided these churches to withstand big earthquakes and have lasted hyndreds of years. The location too is...更多
Good example of Spanish architecture. It was a shame about the litter scattered all over the grounds though. We were unable to go inside the church as it was locked
visited Bato Church during our Visita Iglesia this Holy Week of 2017. an old church with a great view of a river near it. a solemn place for prayers and contemplation...
The facade which gives the historical appeal of the church has been preserved however, renovation is apparent inside. This structure is located in a highway and has a new view of the sea. A nice place to visit.
The Church had an old structure surrounded by a green grass field. We weren't really able to go inside the Church for the part was under construction when we visited. There was also a Requiem Mass being held inside, making us observe only the outer...更多
Made of coral stones, Bato Church really lives up to its (and its town's) name. It is the oldest church in Catanduanes, and a site of many local weddings. We passed by the places before going to Balacay Point and PAG-ASA Radar Station.