Oslob Cuartel

Oslob, Cebu

Oslob Cuartel is also known as barracks or headquarters is located front right of the church of Oslob, Cebu, just outside the perimeter stone fence and near the sea, at the intersection of Calle Aeternidad and the end of Calle Aragones, stands an unfinished building made of coral blocks resembling a Spanish-era barracks. This was intended to be the cuartel, barracks for Spanish soldiers or guardia ...

civil. It was started about 1860, but remained unfinished at the end of Spanish occupation in 1898.

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    About Oslob Church and Cuartel

    Also known as Nuestra Señora de la Inmaculada Conception, the Oslob Church is one of the oldest churches in Cebu. The church was constructed in 1830, and was designed by Bishop Santos Gomez Marañon - the same person who built the Magellan's Cross kiosk in Cebu City. A fire ...

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  • Queen City Of The South Part 2 Tour

    DAY 4 – OCTOBER 18, 2016

    On our 2nd day, we chose to do some South Cebu activities.

    Since It's 3-4 hours road trip going to Oslob, we left at ALT at around 4 in the morning and just caught up on some sleep during the ride. But our driver woke us up to see this beautiful sunrise.

    We also passed by at Oslob's old Cuartel and the old church near it (almost just across it), the Nuestra Señora de la Immaculada Conception church, which is one of the oldest churches in Cebu, to have some photos.

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