Bacong Church

bacong church
Bacong Church| @natmuseumph

The National Museum of the Philippines features an immovable cultural treasure in the Visayas’ island province of Negros Oriental. An architectural heritage built near the seaboard of the Bohol Sea, the Parish Church of San Agustin, also known as Bacong Church is a Spanish colonial church architecture introduced by the Augustinian Recollects.

Bacong Church Architectural Features:

  • Spanish Colonial Church
  • Use of bricks on walls
  • Unique orientation
  • Distinct useParish Church of Nuestra Señora del Carmen of sawali on ceiling
  • Extant baldosas or floor tiles of sacristy
  • Oldest altarpieces or retablos

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