File:Bell Tower of San Diego De Alcala Church.jpg
- Bell Tower of San Diego De Alcala Church
The belfry, or bell tower, of San Diego de Alcala Church is over four hundred years old, and is a cultural and religious relic of the bygone Spanish era. The tower, along with the entrance arch, is the only remaining structure of the original church built in 1632. The main structure of San Diego de Alcala was destroyed during Japanese rule and has since been rebuilt and renovated, serving as an aesthetic counterpoint to the largely unchanged tower.
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|current||08:46, 28 May 2011||1,340 × 890 (500 KB)||Maletsky||Category:Valenzuela_City,_Philippines_Photo_Gallery *Valenzuela City, Philippines *Image Source: http://www.valenzuela.gov.ph :Bell Tower of San Diego De Alcala Church The belfry, or bell tower, of San Diego de Alcala Church is over four hundred y|
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