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Roxon Apartments

5608 Iloilo, 1., Station 3 Boracay Island Malay Aklan

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  • large double bed room
  • Room Facilities: Air Conditioning, Balcony, Bath, Shower, Toilet, TV

    Breakfast: Not included in the price.

    City tax: Included in the price.

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Places to see in Iloilo

Places to see in Iloilo, things to do in Iloilo Philippines

 

 

1. Museo Iloilo

An impressive collection of Iloilo's cultural heritage which includes stone age native pottery; fossils; jewelry; burial sites; trade pottery from China, Annam and Siam; era photos. Mementos and war relics; a British sunken ship; Spanish-era Filipino sculpture; and modern art done by Ilonggo artists and craftmen.

 

 

2. Jaro cathedral

The Jaro Cathedral (Church of St. Elizabeth of Hungary) was built in 1864, the year the district was named a diocese by Pope Pius the IX, by order of His Grace Mariano Cuartero, first bishop of Jaro. Destroyed in the quake of January 1948 and restored by order of His Excellency Jose Ma. Cuenco, first archbishop of Jaro in 1956. The cathedral’s style is basically Baroque, with the addition of Gothic elements over many renovations.

 

 

3.Fort San Pedro

Fort San Pedro in Iloilo was built around 1616 to protect Iloilo from the Dutch forces and from occasional Moro Pirates invasion. Numerous wars, earthquakes and storms battered the fort until it was reduced to mere shambles. In it’s place stood the Fort San Pedro Park. The park finally met it’s sad demise as slum colonies now occupies it. Despite the unsightly ruins and graffiti that plagued the Fort, you’ll forget about it once the sunset paints the sky in a fusion of vermillon and indigo colors.

 

 

4. Molo church

The Molo Church - is one of the most familiar landmarks of Iloilo. Built in 1831, the church stands as a reminder of Iloilo’s rich history and a monument for Ilonggo artistry. The interior is rich in Gothic elements. There are five gothic altars which are made of wood while beautiful paintings dominate the walls. Female Saints Stand on each pillar and a pair of interestingly decorated pulpits contrast the entire structure.

 

 

 

5. Miagao church

Declared as one of the four "Baroque Churches of the Philippines" in 1993 by UNESCO World Heritage Site.The Miag-ao Church was built in 1786 by Spanish Augustinian missionaries.It was built to defend the town of Miag-ao against raids by the Moros, attributing to its thick walls and reported secret passages. This is why it is also referred to as Miag-ao Fortress Church.

 

 

6. San Joaquin church

San Joaquin Church is located a few metres away from the highway. It’s situated on an elevated hill near the coast. It’s pretty good location for a church. This greyish-white church was constructed under the supervision of the Spanish priest Tomas Santaren, together with Spanish and Mexican artists. It was built in 1859.

 

 

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