Etched in Stone – Iriga Church

I know of the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem. I also know that it cannot actually speak.

If stones can speak, what stories will it tell? We will never know, will we?

In this segment, Etched in Stone, I will bring you to Bikol’s well-preserved, often-visited, and beautified churches as I see them, one at a time.

Iriga Church.

According to the stone that speaks, verbatim:

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And here’s what the stone was really saying: a longer version with more details.

The church’s patron: St. Anthony de Padua

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The altar.

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The church.

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The angel.

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