|Immaculate Conception Parish Church. Note the angel-like figures with wings in the second tier, and the wave swirls decorating the main portal. Scroll projections also adorn the pediment.|
|Twin belfries seems like a reconstruction. Tasteful reconstruction, if that's the case.|
No traces of antiquity in the interior, though. Somewhat modest, only the usual main altar niches with icons of saints, stained glass, and it's white with wood detail ceiling can be seen inside. The walls are thick, but only for a few feet, which is then extended with a cement add-on. Perhaps the original high thick walls collapsed after an earthquake before, leaving a very low ruins.
Nevertheless, the church is still a sight to see, and definitely a very unique one; far different from any other church in Quezon. Good to note that a flight of stairs precedes the church, so if you're looking for a place to do Visita Iglesia and penitecia, this is just perfect.