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Caleruega Church

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Situated in Nasugbu, Batangas, Caleruega Church is a natural paradise. You’ll find yourselves in the midst of nature with greenery everywhere. Of course, the church itself is a beautiful piece of architecture.

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Don Bosco

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Just a two-hour drive from Metro Manila, the Chapel on the Hill at Don Bosco Batulao simply must be included in your wedding package; it could be your next stop before you embark on your beautiful journey with your partner.

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Manila Cathedral

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The Mother of all Churches in the Philippines, the Manila Cathedral is found in the heart of the walled city of Intramuros.

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Saint Benedict Parish

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Located just before Ayala Westgrove, Saint Benedict Parish Church in Silang Cavite is a relatively new institution. Its first mass was celebrated on March 26, 2010, with Father Alvin Chavez. With the Help of Ayala Land, Saint Benedict Parish Church was erected.

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San Agustin Church

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Located inside the Walled City of Intramuros, this baroque style Roman Catholic church was built in 1907 by the Augustinian order.

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San Antonio de Padua

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Situated along a narrow street linking the Sta. Rosa-Tagaytay road to the town of Silang, San Antonio de Padua has become a popular church for weddings because of the peaceful and tranquil surroundings.

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San Sebastian Church

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Situated at the busy streets of Manila, the San Sebastian church still preserves its serene and calm nature. This historical church can be the venue when you take your next step to eternity; you can achieve this with prime wedding packages from Juan Carlo.

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Santuario de San Antonio

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Constructed in 1951, the Santuario de San Antonio Parish was built by the Franciscans in Forbes Park, Makati. They meant it to be a California Mission-style church and convent but it was later converted into a parish.

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