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St.Gregory the Great Church

Publish On 2017-03-18 , 11:15 AM

Indang Church has its remarkable old rose-colored trompe l’oil paintings on the ceiling, its 8th century architecture and the very ancient convento with its wide windows and wrought iron work along the sides. The church’s patron saint is Saint Gregory the Great (San Gregorio Magno) and it sits on a well-defined and well-kept plaza at the end of the town. The Indang Church has kept its beautiful carved doors and choir loft balcony. Like many old churches, it has commemorative gravestones along the walls and some pillars dating from the turn of the century. Its traditional carved altar has three levels of niches for saints. Unfortunately, a heavy painting job has gone more for red with gold at the altar when echoing the old rose color of the ceiling would have been more charming. But indeed the church is well kept.

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