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Sta. Ana Church

After getting off the green tricycle near the plaza, we walked few meters going to Sta. Ana Church or Parish of Our Lady of the Abandoned.  Historically, this church was established 300 years ago. The cornerstone was laid in 1720. Sta. Ana is also one of the churches spared by World War II, so most of what you see today, including the Camarin de la Virgen, was what church goers saw hundreds years ago.

The interior of this church is wider than Guadalupe Church and more modernized. The white colored paint gives a great accent to the ceiling and the walls. A huge painting with Biblical images can also be seen on the left side of the structure that gives a beautiful background. 

During our visit, the facade was still under construction, adding more accent and making sure that the structure will withstand in case of natural calamities. Near Sta. Ana Church, we took a jeep going to, click here: Malate Church

The gorgeous bell tower. Side view of Sta. Ana Church
More photos and information about this travel, click here: "9 Old Churches in Metro Manila"

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