The next day, Grace was feeling better after the previous day’s morning sickness, so we decided to do some sightseeing at the city proper by dropping at the hilltop, twin-towered Cathedral of Our Lady of Atonement, more commonly known among tourists and locals alike as the Baguio Cathedral.
|Cathedral of Our Lady of Atonement|
The cathedral has an attractive pink facade with a rose window and twin square bell towers with pyramidal roofs. Its grounds contain the graves of bombing victims killed during World War II. This cathedral was built by the CICM missionaries and was first opened to the public on November 25, 1900 (Feast of Christ the King).
Cathedral of Our Lady of Atonement: Assumption Road, Baguio City, Benguet. Tel: (074) 442-4256.
How to Get There: Access is near the post office, the 100 stone steps from Session Road or from St. Louis University.