Dumanjug Church - Cebu Province Attractions

Dumanjug Church

The Dumanjug Church is also known as St. Francis of Assisi Parish is said to be the handsomest among the 90th century churches in western Cebu.


The church is made from coral blocks, a bell tower on the right side of the church has dodecagonal plan, which is common in most colonial churches. Although made of three stories the floors are unusually high.


Established as a parish on 28 March 1854, Dumanjug had as patron Saint Francis of Assisi. It is interesting to note that the church is one of the few old church structures in Cebu and probably in the whole Philippines, which was designed, executed, supervised and completed by Filipinos themselves.




Events Related to Dumanjug Church

Kabuhian Festival

Attractions Related to Dumanjug Church

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