The modernized interior of Pitogo Church
Pitogo Church is one of the interesting churches in Quezon province’s Bondoc Peninsula in terms of form with its semicircular pediment that is uncommon in the country. However, the interior has already been modernized with no trace of the old.
Beside the church and at the presbytery area is an extension structure which is also made of coral stone. I’m not sure if this served as the sacristy before. The roofing is already new and there are bas reliefs at the top of the window and main entrance.
Extension structure at the side of the church’s presbytery
Portal arch as seen from the inside of the extension structure
Left, window as seen from the inside of the extension structure; right, portal to the presbytery from the extension structure
Window of the extension structure as seen from the inside
Bas relief at the keystone of the arched entrance to the extension structure
Left, bas relief of a window outside of the extension structure; right, a carved wooden base that is now part of a bulletin board