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Christ the King Cathedral: Tagum City

The new “Christ the King Cathedral” in Magugpo South, Tagum City is definitely one of the most beautiful religious edifice in the Philippines. With its unique architectural design and attractively pretty landscapes, it is surely a beauty to behold.

Minglanilla Church: Cebu
As a featured church on the article “World’s Most Brilliantly Colored Religious Edifices”, the Minglanilla Church in Cebu is truly a beautiful church not only for its wonderful coloration but also for its unique architectural design.

Saint Andrew the Apostle Church: Makati City
Saint Andrew the Apostle Parish is one of the most unique churches in the Philippines for its unusual design. This modern religious edifice is designed by the national artist for Architecture – Leandro V. Locsin. The church is located in the City of Makati. Saint Andrew the Apostle is the patron saint of Bel-Air Village

and Metro Manila.

Calape Church: Bohol
The captivating Calape Church is gothic-inspired religious building located in the town of Calape in the province of Bohol. The town is named after a type of rattan which is known locally as Kapi or Kalapi. This Heritage Site in Bohol is one of the finest examples of colonial style and is regarded as the “epitome of Bohol Gothic.

Cathedral of St. Rita: Mountain Province
One of the most uniquely colored churches in the Philippines is the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Saint Rita in Bontoc, Mountain Province. By the color alone of this church in the Cordillera Autonomous Region, one can conclude that it is a religious edifice dedicated for a female saint. Saint Rita de Cascia (1381 – May 22, 1457) is an Augustinian saint from Italy.

San Diego Pro-Cathedral: Silay City
San Diego Pro-cathedral is a beautiful church in Silay City in the province of Negros Occidental. This pro-cathedral is formerly known as the San Diego Parish

Church or the St. Didacus Parish Church.

Basilica Minore de San Sebastian: Manila

More popularly known as San Sebastian Church, the Basilica Minore de San Sebastián in Manila is an architectural pride of the Philippines – it is the only all-steel basilica in Asia. This Catholic Church is the seat of the Parish of San Sebastian and the National Shrine of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel

Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus: Pasay City
Another beautiful and uniquely-designed religious structure in Metro Manila is the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus, Doctor of the Church. The church is in Manlunas St., in the City of Pasay. The church was constructed as a Diocesan Shrine of the Military Ordinariate of the Philippines.


Manila Cathedral: Manila
Manila Cathedral is amongst the most beautiful and historic churches in the Philippine archipelago. This church, which was originally built in 1581, is also one of the oldest churches in the country though it had been through many renovations due to earthquakes and war. Manila Cathedral was badly devastated during the Second World War. One of the most destructive earthquake that cause major damages to the church was the Earthquake of 1880.

Luna Church: La Union
Another beautiful church in the Philippines is the Luna Church in the town of Luna in the province of La, Union. This lovely church was declared a National Heritage Site by the NCCA. Namacpacan is the original name of the municipality of Luna. This edifice is exceptionally attractive due to its pretty colors and beautiful landscape.

Immaculate Concepcion Cathedral: Palawan The attractive and elegant-looking Immaculate Conception Cathedral is located in Puerto Princesa, the capital of Palawan

Narvacan Church: Ilocos Sur
The lovely-looking Church of Narvacan is a Catholic Church in the municipality of Narvacan, Ilocos Sur.

Malolos Cathedral: Bulacan
The beautiful Basilica Minore dela Nuestra Señora de Immaculada Concepcion, more popularly known as Malolos Cathedral, is located in the historic city of Malolos in Bulacan. The church is called Minor Basilica of Our Lady of Immaculate Conception in


Baguio City Cathedral: Benguet
Another beautiful and historic church in the Philippines is the Baguio Cathedral in Baguio City, the summer capital of the country. This religious edifice, which is officially known as Our Lady of Atonement Cathedral, was built at a very high elevation at the center of the city overlooking the scenic view of the city.

Candon Church: Ilocos Sur
Candon Church in the town of Candon in Ilocos Sur is one of the most beautiful churches not only in the region but in the entire Philippines.