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The church is of Romanesque architecture coordinated with its surroundings of what used to be the Paco Cemetery. The wholeness of the place with the park, the olden day cemetery and the Paco Church is reminiscent of the rich yet dark past of the country under colonial regimes. That is why the church is not only a favorite place for intimate weddings but as well for every sightseers who are looking for a place of solace in the midst of the city.
 Brief History and Features
Paco Park Cemetery is one of the edifices built during the Spanish regime who's construction began in the late 1700s and was completed in 1820.
St. Pancratius (or Pancras) was said to be killed at age fourteen for embracing Christianity. Aside from him being considered as the patron of children, against false witness and headaches, the first church of England was also dedicated to him.
Paco Park Church can hold at least 100 people.
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