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“First to see when i arrived the city ”

San Pedro Cathedral
Ranked #14 of 74 things to do in Davao City
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Owner description: This Colonial cathedral dates back to 1847.
Reviewed 26 July 2017 via mobile

Arriving from sta ana wharf i rode a jeepney to the city.. The first stop is here in san pedro cathedral...
Giving thanks and praise for the safe travels..
Thank god i made it :)
Nice architectures..

Thank Ronna V
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Reviewed 10 May 2017

You will be fortunate to ever see a cathedral shaped as this is. Located opposite the Davao City Hall and at the end of San Pedro Street it is easily found.
If you are a Christian it is good to coincide with an English Mass - the timings are on the web site - where the semi circular church interior is both an interesting design and a cool refuge on a hot day.

Thank travelbug47london
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Reviewed 30 April 2017 via mobile

This is a most unusually designed cathedral - indeed when I first saw it I thought I must have been in the wrong place. Modernistic design, and I'm told it incorporates Islamic features. Broad open style nave with pedestal altar and bishops throne on the left of the altar. Grilled windows on all open sides. Located in the hart of the old City of Davao.

Modern attractive stained glass windows.

So unusual in design sure a must see in Davao.

Thank Nigel G
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Reviewed 26 April 2017

I used to stay here nearby this place so whenever i get free time i just go here walk by. usually you can get crowd nearby the place and there is a market too so you can enjoy nice view around the centre. its like a meeting point. Evening is so good here and this place usually get lots of visitors from around the place. Enjoy

Thank tailor1989
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Reviewed 13 April 2017

One of the oldest cathedral in davao city. this is were my younger got baptized. old structure but unique in design a must visit when in davao city

Thank Jonathan Christ... B
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