San Miguel, Bulacan




This is the 18th Century San Miguel de Arkanghel Catholic Church


This is a Historic Town in Bulacan. It is very near Nueva Ecija. It has a very beautiful Welcome Arch. It features San Miguel slaying the devil.
It is also known for sweets. This is where Sevilla sweets comes from.

They have an old stone church. Part of the church entrance is San Miguel. In fron of the church is the town hall of San Miguel. The town hall is housed in an old antique building. There is a date 1874 in front. Beside this is a statue of Jose Rizal.

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