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Tuesday, March 22, 2005

06:40 - Santa Ana Church


Santa Ana Church
Posted by: juned.
Santa Ana Church, nearly all towns in the Philippines has at its nucleus the church building. The Spanish Colonial period, which lasted for three hundred years, was also called "Bajo dela Campanas" meaning under the church bells.


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