Named The Taal Basilica or Basilica of Saint Martin de Tours. Located in Taal Batangas, Philippines
Founded by Augustinian missionaries in 1572
Taal Basilica is 96 meters long, 45 meters wide, and 96 meters tall. This colossal Baroque structure were made of coral stones and adobe. The most noticeable features of its facade were the 24 classical columns in pairs and lined up two rows of six on top of the other. It has 10 windows and 5 doors. The edifice topped with a triangular roof and gable on each side and one in the center. On the left side rises the bell tower.
The Taal Basilica is the most prominent structure in Taal Park, which also harbors several buildings including Escuela Pia: Taal Heritage Center, the Rizal College, and Our Lady of Caysasay Academy (where the kids in our family go to for afterclass tutorials). The Municipal Hall of Taal also stands nearby.
Bought and ate these foods from one of the famous provinces of the Philippines at Taal, Batangas
Lomi or Pancit Lomi is a Filipino-Chinese dish made with a variety of thick fresh egg noodles. Popular among eastern part of Batangas. Lomi Batangas are best eaten with a bread which you dipped into the noodles. Just like I did in the picture above ♥
Ginataang Monggo (Mung Bean Soup with Coconut Milk) I don’t know much about it cause I’m more familiar and usually eat Ginataang Langka but I can tell you it’s really delicious. One of the best dessert I ever tasted 🙂
Malunggay Pandesal- Pandesal is a kind of bread that is very popular in the Philippines. It is even more popular because of the mixture of nutritious Malunggay flavor being added into it. Malunggay is a nutritious vegetable tree with a variety of potential uses. Malunggay tree leaves are the richest natural sources of Vitamins and Minerals on the face of the Earth. With these added flavors Filipinos and visitors would surely enjoy eating more Pandesal as their favorite breakfast and merienda.