The 7.2-magnitude earthquake that hit the country’s most popular tourist attractions toppled buidings and centuries-old churches, shown at right. A resident of Bohol took these heart-breaking  photos right after the earthquake and posted them on Facebook
The 7.2-magnitude earthquake that hit the country’s most popular tourist attractions toppled buidings and centuries-old churches, shown at right. A resident of Bohol took these heart-breaking photos right after the earthquake and posted them on Facebook

THE strongest quake to hit Central Visayas in 20 years destroyed historic churches, most of them centuries-old and considered national treasures.

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