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Bohol: Old Church of San Pedro (Loboc Church) Before Earthquake of October 15, 2013
The town of Loboc, famous for the Loboc River Cruise and the Loboc Boys Choir, also is home to the Church of San Pedro, the second oldest church in Bohol. Original structure was built in 1602, burned, and a stronger one built in place 1638.
The bell tower of Loboc Church is located a few meters from the church, quite similar to the earthquake baroque architecture of Ilocos churches.
Update: This old stone church was badly damaged by the earthquake of October 15, 2013
St. Peter Church, Loboc, Bohol:
How to get to Loboc, Bohol:
jeepneys with signboard Loboc are available in Tagbilaran near the cathedral. travel time is about 30 minutes. How far? Loboc is about 21 kilometers from Tagbilaran
no information yet on Sunday mass schedules (English), contact numbers and telephone numbers
Parish of St. Peter, Loboc, Bohol
San Pedro Church, Loboc Church