The wooden door is decorated with intricate carvings.
It is fascinating to think that so many historic events happened here - The first Philippine congress, drafting of the Malolos constitution and the declaration of the first Philippine republic. It was also General Aguinaldo's temporary home. Not sure where he stayed though... I also can't imagine how it must be to live in a church :D
I noticed the all seeing eye on the altar. There is a small cafe and a museum in the church compound but sadly it was closed that day (Mondays closed). The cafe caretaker recommended that we drop by Bahay na Tisa (literally translates to Stone House) which was just a few blocks away from the church.
It was definitely a good decision to make that detour. Next time though we will be more prepared with our maps and gps :D Happy Wednesday folks!