Church of San Agustin (Paoay Church) - Buttresses
One of the four Baroque churches in the Philippines enlisted as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. Paoay Chuch is an architectural fusion of Spanish, Chinese and Javanese infuences, in "earthquake Baroque" style typified by massive buttresses. Church of San Agustin (Paoay Church), Paoay, Ilocos Norte, Philippines
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Kapurpurawan Rock Formations in Ilocos | Philippine Travel Blog
I went to Ilocos Norte with a little idea on what awaits us. I was only excited about the wind mills in Bangui during our trip that afternoon. Little did I know that something astonishing awaits us. After driving a couple of hours from our hotel in Currimao, our tour guide brought us to the town of Burgos in Ilocos Norte. According to her, one of the famous attractions in the area is the Kapurpurawan rock formations. After taking a short hike down the cliff where we parked our vehicle, a…