Honestly, Naga City was originally not included in my itinerary. I just considered Naga just two days before I actually departed for Legazpi City.
Because it was a rush. I didn’t have much time to reasearch on the places I should go to, or the foods to eat, or where and how to get to the city. Luckily, some friends from the Naga were there to tour me around the city. Sigh.
So after picking me up from the terminal we all then went to the Holy Rosary Minor Seminary.
The very moment I set my eyes on this structure, I thought i was in a tme warp and was brought back to the 1800′s. The Seminary facade is just so beatiful. It has actually mesmerized me and made me speechless for a moment. I ran out of adjectives to describe this seminary.
But we are just in the facade yet.
Right inside the seminary is a museum, that houses priceless collections like the vestments used by the bishops of the Diocese of Nueva Caceres. there are Ming Vases, burial jars, old books and stuffs used during masses. The items are all well-kept and preserved.
Because of its beauty and its significance in the local history of Naga, the National Historical Institute has inscribed the centuries-old Holy Rosary Minor Seminary as a National Historical Landmark
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