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Concepcion Church - Tarlac

Located in the town of Concepcion in the province of Tarlac, Concepcion Church is one of the Spanish-era churches of the province.

Concepcion Church HistoryConcepcion Church is also referred to as the following; Immaculate Conception Parish ChurchSantuario de la Immaculada Concepcion, and Shrine of the Immaculate Conception

The church was built in 1880 under the supervision of Father Guillermo Masnou. The original church has a Baroque style of architecture but was then renovated to its present Neo-Romanesque style in 1893 under the supervision of Father Fernando Vasquez.

The church facade is obviously made of the usual mortar, gravel, cement, wood, steel, and concrete. However, the additional red bricks add more appeal to the exterior of the church. Its two three-tiered bell towers that ride on both sides of the facade also add symmetry to the church. 

Imus City Plaza - Cavite

Located in the center of the poblacion or town proper of Imus in the province of Cavite, Imus City Plaza is one of the city's scenic and historical attractions.
Imus City Plaza DetailsThis plaza is located in front of the equally historical Imus Cathedral and Imus City Hall. Imus City Plaza is also the first place to greet you if you're heading to the cathedral via Sapinoso Street. 

Imus City Plaza HistoryImus City Plaza is probably easily remembered because of the monument with two vintage artillery flanking it. The monument stands as an honor to the children of Imus who joined the fight for the independence of the country against Spain. As for the man standing on top of the monument, he is General Licerio Topacio. He is one of the most notable sons of Imus. He is famously known for honorably declining the nomination as president of the soon to be established Revolutionary Government because of his age. This paved the way for the younger Emilio Aguinaldo, who would eventually w…

Imus Cathedral - Cavite

Located in the City of Imus in Cavite,Imus Cathedral is the seat of the bishop of the Diocese of Imus. It is also one of the oldest Spanish colonial churches in the province.
Imus Cathedral HistoryAlso known as the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Pillar, Imus Cathedral started out as a small chapel-of-ease in Barangay Toclong in Cavite Viejo (now Kawit). It was under the supervision of the Augustinian Recollects who, in 1774, would petition the Spanish government to convert Imus into an independent municipality. However, it was only in 1795 that Imus was finally separated from Cavite Viejo. With this, a provisional church was established in an area known as Barangay Bayan Luma. 

In 1823, the town center was moved to its present location in Barangay Balangon, and with it came the construction of the parish church of Imus in the same year. Unlike the previous churches that were built using light materials, the new parish church of Imus was built using stones and bricks. Its facade was patter…


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