during my tandem trip with Lawstude, we were traveling in and out of their hometown and province, Nueva Ecija. we were crossing different towns and also had some sidetrips.one of them was the St. Joseph the worker church in the city of San Jose. this city before the Spanish colonial period is called Kabaritan, which refers to a plant that's commonly found in this town.this church was established during the post world war II period. it features both modern and old architecture design. the city of San Jose is considered to be the leading producer of onions in the Philippines. it is as well rich in other agricultural crops making it the city's main source of livelihood.Lawstude featured this church in his post on Bisita Iglesia. if you want to see more photos of this city you can also check out his post here.
[what you shouldn't miss there]>>> the wooden images of angels and the beautiful altar.
[why i should go back] >>> to explore more of the city and bring home some of its finest onions.
road quality: 4.0
church facade: 3.0
church interior: 3.5
church plaza: 3.0
church location: 4.5
historical background: 2.0