Region IV-A (CALABARZON)

The region is composed of five provinces, namely: Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, and Quezon; acronym CALABARZON.

LAGUNA PROVINCE, ISLANDS PHILIPPINES

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Laguna Islands Philippines
- Brief History - Climate - Population - Economy - Political Subdivision - Geography - Mount Makiling - Laguna De Bay
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Going To Laguna - Historical Attractions - Natural Attractions - Cultural Attractions - Man-Made Attractions - Religious Attractions - Festivals


Laguna Religious Attractions
Laguna Islands Philippines

San Pedro De Alcantara Church, Pakil, Laguna - Religious Attractions Laguna Islands PhilippinesSt. Gregory Church, Majayjay Laguna - Religious Attractions Laguna Islands PhilippinesSt. James The Apostle Church, Paete Laguna - Religious Attractions Laguna Islands PhilippinesOur Lady Of Candelaria, Mabitac Laguna - Religious Attractions Laguna Islands Philippines

San Pedro De Alcantara Church (Pakil Church)

Completed in 1767 after 35 years of construction, the architectural design of the Pedro de Alcantara Parish Church is reminiscent of the Corinthian and Ionic styles. Through the years, the church has survived great calamities. Along with the rectory, Now, the church is a major attraction of the area.

It's belfry four small bells and one huge bell, which are rung daily at 12:00 noon and 6:00 p.m.

St. Gregory Church (Majayjay Catholic Church)

One of the oldest churches in the Philippines built in 1575 using forced labor. Antique relief statues of saints, which were brought by the Spaniards, are preserved in this church. Its belfry houses four small bells and one big bell – which are probably the oldest in the country.

Our Lady Of Candelaria (Mabitac Church)

Mabitac Church stands mighty high atop its 126 stone steps. Its façade is definitely old Spanish style but the interior is quite modern. Like most old churches, it has a belfry connected to the main church.

St. James The Apostle Church (Paete Church)

Paete Church was built during the early Spanish period. But the novelty of this church lies in the fact that all the religious images found here were carved and/or painted by the residents of Paete long ago.


Breads and Pastries Philippines Cuisine

In a typical Filipino bakery, pandesal, monay and ensaymada are often sold. Pandesal comes from the Spanish pan de sal (literally, bread of salt), and is a ubiquitous breakfast fare, normally eaten with (and sometimes even dipped in) coffee.

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Laguna Islands Philippines

Laguna Brief History - Laguna Climate - Laguna Population - Laguna Economy - Laguna Political Subdivision
Laguna Geography - Mount Makiling - Laguna De Bay - Laguna Educational Institutions
Laguna Medical Services - Laguna Recreation / Commercial Establishments - Laguna Restaurants / Bars
Laguna Hotels - Laguna Resorts - Laguna Tour Packages - Going To Laguna Philippines
Laguna Historical Attractions - Laguna Natural Attractions - Laguna Cultural Attractions - Laguna Man-Made Attractions - Laguna Religious Attractions - Laguna Feasts and Festivals


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