The Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral recently completed the restoration/renovation/construction of some of the major components of the church compound. Included in the project were the church facade, parking slots, church plaza, rest rooms, sidewalks, and candle-lighting area. Prior to the start of the project, the plaza in front of the church was messy, dirty, and cluttered. Now, it is very clean, organized, and pretty. The church also now looks so much better than before. The facade had a much-needed lift and the interior now looks really incredible.
Parking slots and the small circular park in front of the Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral.
Facade of the Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral
View of the belfry from the new candle-lighting area.
The new covered candle-lighting area. Clean and well-placed.
One of the many lampposts which can be seen inside the church compound.
The prayer room.
Two giant pillars. I think they were once part of the church. Not sure, though.
The grotto of the Virgin.
The clean rest rooms.
Clean park slots.
Statue which can be seen inside the circular park.
Statue of Jesus and the bell tower.
1836. I think this was the year when the church was constructed. Or completed.
Close-up of Jesus and the Cross on top of the beltower.
The park is complete with nice landscaping and lighting.
Church on top of the main doorway.
Church altar. Beautiful.
Chandeliers hanging underneath the balconies.
Face of the Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral.
Parking slots facing Patria de Cebu.
Have you been to the Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral?