Top 10 Tourist Spots in Nueva Vizcaya

9. Saint Dominic Cathedral

Saint Dominic Cathedral

Photo courtesy of Saint Dominic Cathedral on Facebook

Saint Dominic Cathedral or Bayombong Cathedral (formerly known as Saint Augustine Church) is one of the tourist spots in Nueva Vizcaya. It is an 18th century Roman Catholic Church where Saint Dominic is the patron saint of the town whose feast day is celebrated every August 8. The church is a Baroque architecture with beautiful facade and octagonal bell tower made of red bricks. The church is still active though earthquakes and fire incidents happened several years back that severely damaged and destroyed the church. Reconstruction has been made on the same site but the bell tower and facade remained in its original state.

­čôŹ┬áSaint Dominic Cathedral is located in Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya.

10. San Vicente Ferrer Church

San Vicente Ferrer Church

Photo courtest of JP Manzon on Instagram

San Vicente Ferrer Church, commonly known as Dupax del Sur Church, is another remarkable 18th century Roman Catholic church. It is a well-preserved church complex which is considered as a National Cultural Treasure by the National Museum of the Philippines. Saint Vincent Ferrer is the patron saint of the town whose feast day is celebrated every April 5. The Baroque church has also a beautiful facade and 4-storey bell tower made of red bricks. Beside the church is the 18th century acacia tree and claimed as the oldest one is Luzon.

­čôŹ┬áSan Vicente Ferrer Church is located in┬áBarangay Dopaj, Dupax del Sur, Nueva Vizcaya.

 

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