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This stop wasn't far from the Sunken Cemetery so we stopped over here. It's nice and shady, and a moderate size collection of ruins. The stone color and texture reminded me of Angkor Wat, though the church was far from the enormous size of Angkor...More
A place to reflect the history of the fiery island. Beautifully manicured lawns juxtapositioned w/ sturdy ancient ruins make a stunning picture backdrop. The ruins Underscore the everlasting relationship of the country and Catholicism
We were in awe as went around the ruins. It was a very big church. The pillars are gigantic and it is shame that we will never see its glory again. It was a really good tour and we took a lot of photos in...More
We visited this site and thought it was really cool. The site was built in 1623, its almost 400 years old and was constructed using coral from the ocean. There are a few different structures and the site is kept up nicely. It's free to...More
Happy we stopped here to see the site.
The building is made with coral. It is very old, survived a volcano and still stands!
They have some history posted at the entrance.
It was free to enter you just have to sign in.
I went here with my boyfriend last October. As my level of judgement is concerned, I think these Church Ruins are sites to behold. Its nice, peaceful and well-maintained. There is no fee for this attraction but there is a box in the entrance in...More
It is along the national road so it is worth a quick stop over. We saw 3 ruins. The first was the church. At the back is the bell tower and monastery (?). Have your tour guide tell you the history of the place.
You could not imagine how the church was built during that rime wirh no cement but just stones and rocks. The church ruins remains still for the visitors and tourists ro witness the manifestarions of the past.