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Mary Immaculate Parish Nature Church

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Gene
Gene
December 20, 2018
It is considered the biggest anahaw-covered roof in the Philippines. the intricately woven network of 40,000 anahaw leaves can be appreciated from the inside by simple looking up to the ceiling. Warm yet soft illumination is provided by 176 capiz lanterns depicting doves in flight spiraling from the…
Ree
Ree
October 3, 2017
The church is the signature structure in the complex which spreads over a 4,000 square meter mango orchard beside a flowing creek. True to the nature concept proposed by the architect, Bobby Manosa, the church stands under a canopy of mango boughs, the altar section concealed from street view by…
Jayson
Jayson
July 25, 2017
It's not your usual ABC (Another Bloody Church). It's one-of-a-kind Nature Church that will inspire and amaze you because of its literal natural beauty-- trunk-made chairs, anahaw-wooven roof, tropical-inspired altar and many more. See for yourself!

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“Old Italian homestyle cooking at its best. Let your palate feast on one of the most authentic selection of pizza and pasta you can ever come across in Manila. What's even better is that this very cozy restaurant is just 15 minutes away! Tel: +63 2 519 1977”
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“The Las Piñas Bamboo Organ in St. Joseph Parish Church in Las Piñas City, Philippines, is a 19th-century church organ with unique organ pipes; Of its 1031 pipes 902 are made of bamboo. It was completed after 6 years of work in 1824 by Father Diego Cera, the builder of the town's stone church and its first resident Catholic parish priest.[1] After age and numerous disasters had rendered the musical instrument unplayable for a long time, in 1972, the national government and the local community joined together to have the organ shipped to Germany for restoration. For its anticipated return in 1975, the home church of the bamboo organ and the surrounding buildings were restored to their 19th-century state by Architect Francisco Mañosa and partner Ludwig Alvarez in time for its scheduled return.[1] The annual International Bamboo Organ Festival, a music festival of classical music, was started to celebrate the music of the reborn instrument and its unique sound.[2] Since 1992, Prof. Armando Salarza has been the titular organist of the Bamboo Organ.[3] He is also the Artistic Director of the International Bamboo Organ Festival, now the longest-running annual international music festival held in the country.[2] The organ was declared a National Cultural Treasure of the Philippines in 2003. The St. Joseph Parish Church, with the famous organ and the church museum at the old convent house, is a popular tourist destination for Filipinos and foreign visitors alike in Las Piñas.[4]”
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“Fresh Sea food to buy at the wet market and available for cooking as per request menu at the restaurant ”
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“SM City Sucat is a shopping mall popular to residents nearby. Aside from shopping, you can buy your groceries here, watch movies in cinema, and eat. ”
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Las Pinas, NCR
전화(02) 801 7806