San Agustin Church, Bacong, Negros Oriental


The church was built in the second half of the 19th century by the Augustinian Recollects and is the best-preserved church complex in Negros Oriental. The finely- cut stonework of the belltower is noteworthy, as well as its material, which is not the usual white coralline type, and stylistic elements (new - Renaissance quoins). There are also painted friezes in the sacristy.