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Friday, December 21, 2007

Molo Plaza

A friend once said that the trees in Molo Plaza is definitely enchanting in a way that they look mysterious and aged. Branches, curving into indefinite shapes, add up a fairy-tale-like essence to the real picture. With The Famous St. Anne Church as a background, Molo Plaza is indeed a haven of Photographers and tourists.In most pictures St. Anne Church is always accompanied by the neoclassic Gazebo which is in the center of the square. Though many tall trees dominate the Plaza, they cannot outgrow the majestic twin spires of St. Anne.
Molo is considered as the Athens of the Philippines, since it produced many Political leaders of the country. It is the home of many old houses, may it be a grandiose mansion or a quiet Bahay na Bato. One of the oldest bakeries in the country is also located near the Plaza.

4 comments:

dodong flores said...

Next to Lapaz Plaza, I used to hang out into this place. Iloilo is mystical in general, and was quite fascinated with the place after a period of stay in there. One day, I'll visit Iloilo again...

kemisteryoso said...

hi, how far is molo from iloilo?

Anonymous said...

What a great list! Thanks so much for including Simple Bites.

carlo said...

The trees were already cut down by the city government for its beautification project. Beautification?????