Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Old Churches of Pampanga:
Immaculate Conception Church

     With its painted white facade you wouldn't think that the Immaculate Conception Parish  was actually built in 1772. It stands serenely amidst the busy urban town of Guagua.

        The interior is quite simple. A clean classical look with a few baroque accents.

     I like the architecture of the retablo but I think another color needs to be added to make the columns stand out. Sorry, didn't mean to criticize.

       I have to admit they have fabulous windows. Nice cornice and draperies! Maybe this emerald green color is what I'm looking for at the retablo.

See more photos HERE.

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