another church that's worth visiting is Malate church.
This is the main facade of the church, also a Baroque-style with a blend of Muslim architecture.
It has Solomonic columns on the second story. But, unlike other Baroque churches at that time, it has no *belfry* standing on either of its side.
*belfry - space for bells: the part of a church steeple or a tower in which bells are hung
This church was built originally on this spot in the sixteenth century by the Augustinians, It is dedicated to Nuestra Senora de Remedios (”Our Lady of Remedies”), the patroness of women in childbirth.
I have shown a partial side of the church before and i wish to show you more of its interior.
Inside it has good ventilation and spectacular stained glass etching depicting the life of Jesus Christ.
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