March 13, 2018

9 Visita Iglesia Spots in Negros Occidental that are Worth Visiting

You can pray at these churches in Negros Occidental on your Visita Iglesia.

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Going on a Visita Iglesia (church visit) is a famous Semana Santa or Holy Week tradition done by Roman Catholics to meditate on the passion of Christ. It is a custom of visiting seven different churches while praying the Stations of the Cross. Traditionally, it is done during Maundy Thursday but is now practiced on any day within Holy Week.

If you’re looking for Visita Iglesia spots in Negros Occidental, check out our list below of churches you can visit this Holy Week.


1. San Diego Pro-Cathedral

Where: Silay City


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

The façade of San Diego Pro Cathedral

Image: John Rigil Kent Javier


San Diego Pro-Cathedral is the only church in Negros Occidental with a dome. It’s also the only pro-cathedral in the Philippines outside Manila. Its architecture is inspired from churches in Italy designed by Italian architect Lucio Bernasconi.

How to get there: From Bacolod, take a bus or a jeepney going to Silay City. Ask to be dropped off at Silay Church which is beside the National Highway. Fare is at PhP13 for jeepneys and PhP17 for buses.


2. San Sebastian Cathedral

Where: Bacolod City


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

San Sebastian Cathedral lights up before nighttime falls.

Image: Jen Jimenez


San Sebastian Cathedral is a heritage structure built out of coral stone and hardwood. It is a standout architecture in Bacolod City because of its beautifully illuminated façade.

How to get there: Ride a jeepney and ask to be dropped off at San Sebastian Cathedral. Fare is at PhP7. Do come early because this is one of the busiest cathedrals during Holy Week.


3. Church of St. Joseph the Worker

Where: Victorias City


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

The Angry Christ painting by Alfonso Ossorio

Image: Joemel Peraren


The Church of St. Joseph the Worker, famously known as the Church of the Angry Christ, is a unique Visita Iglesia spot because of its painting of Jesus Christ with a fierce expression.

How to get there: From Bacolod, take a bus going to Victorias City. Ask to be dropped off at Crossing Victorias. Fare is at PhP37. Hail a tricycle and ask to be dropped off at the church located inside the Victorias Milling Company. Fare is at PhP28.


4. Church of San Nicolas de Tolentino

Where: Talisay City


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

Façade of the Church of San Nicolas de Tolentino

Image: Noel Tan


There’s nothing extravagant about the structure of the Church of San Nicolas de Tolentino but the story behind the church is worth discovering.

How to get there: From Bacolod, you can take a bus or jeepney going to Talisay City. Ask to be dropped off at Jocson. Fare is at PhP7 for both jeepney and bus. Cross the street and walk straight to the church. It’s best to avoid going there on a Friday, when it is busiest.


5. Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage Church

Where: La Carlota City


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage Church on a cloudy day

Image: Journeying Sarah


Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage Church was constructed during the Spanish era. Also known as La Carlota Church, the centuries-old structure features Romanesque architectural design made of coral stones and red bricks from Silay City.

How to get there: From Bacolod, take a bus going to La Carlota City. Fare ranges from PhP30 to PhP55. Ride a tricycle and ask to be dropped off at the church. Fare is at PhP7.


6. Vito Church

Where: Sagay City


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

Worshippers gather at Vito Church.

Image: Miss Millennial Negros Occidental


Vito Church is believed to be one of the miraculous churches in Negros because it houses the icon of Sr. San Vicente Ferrer. If you want to pray for healing, this is an ideal place to go.

How to get there: From Bacolod, take a bus to Sagay City and get off at Crossing Vito. Fare is at PhP130. Hail a tricycle and ask to be dropped off at Vito Church. Fare is at Php15.


7. St. Roch Catholic Parish

Where: Municipality of Manapla


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

The Opera House-inspired church at Manapla

Image: St. Roch Parish Manapla


The St. Roch Catholic Parish is not an old structure but is famously known because of its architecture, which bears a resemblance to the Sydney Opera House in Australia.

How to get there: From Bacolod, take a bus going to Manapla. Fare is at PhP44. St. Roch Catholic Parish can be found along the National Highway, directly across the town plaza.


8. Our Lady of Guadalupe Church

Where: Municipality of Valladolid


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

The façade of Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Image: Aniceto Buenafe


The Our Lady of Guadalupe Church was built by Recollect missionaries in 1851. It could have been the biggest Church in Negros Occidental if it was not devastated by fire.

How to get there: From Bacolod, take a bus going to Valladolid. Fare is at PhP32. Ask to be dropped off at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church along Negros South Road.


9. Church of St. Magdalene

Where: Municipality of Hinigaran


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

The structure of Church of St. Magdalene dates back more than a century ago.

Image: Legion of Mary


The Church of St. Magdalene is one of the oldest churches in Negros Island. Established in 1881, the church features Romanesque architecture and a three-level belfry at the left side. Beside the church are five bells that are as old as the structure.

How to get there: From Bacolod, take a bus going to Hinigiran. Ask to be dropped off at Church of St. Magdalene. Fare is at PhP55.


Which of these churches will you be visiting this Holy Week? Let us know on the comment section below!


* Prices may change without prior notice.

Lester Nillos

Lester Nillos is a Bachelor of Arts in Communication graduate from the University of Saint Lasalle. He loves history and is a heritage advocate in his city. He is a content writer during weekdays and a content creator in Youtube on weekends. He dreams to be a well-known blogger like Wil Dasovich someday.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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March 13, 2018

9 Visita Iglesia Spots in Negros Occidental that are Worth Visiting

You can pray at these churches in Negros Occidental on your Visita Iglesia.


Going on a Visita Iglesia (church visit) is a famous Semana Santa or Holy Week tradition done by Roman Catholics to meditate on the passion of Christ. It is a custom of visiting seven different churches while praying the Stations of the Cross. Traditionally, it is done during Maundy Thursday but is now practiced on any day within Holy Week.

If you’re looking for Visita Iglesia spots in Negros Occidental, check out our list below of churches you can visit this Holy Week.


1. San Diego Pro-Cathedral

Where: Silay City


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

The façade of San Diego Pro Cathedral

Image: John Rigil Kent Javier


San Diego Pro-Cathedral is the only church in Negros Occidental with a dome. It’s also the only pro-cathedral in the Philippines outside Manila. Its architecture is inspired from churches in Italy designed by Italian architect Lucio Bernasconi.

How to get there: From Bacolod, take a bus or a jeepney going to Silay City. Ask to be dropped off at Silay Church which is beside the National Highway. Fare is at PhP13 for jeepneys and PhP17 for buses.


2. San Sebastian Cathedral

Where: Bacolod City


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

San Sebastian Cathedral lights up before nighttime falls.

Image: Jen Jimenez


San Sebastian Cathedral is a heritage structure built out of coral stone and hardwood. It is a standout architecture in Bacolod City because of its beautifully illuminated façade.

How to get there: Ride a jeepney and ask to be dropped off at San Sebastian Cathedral. Fare is at PhP7. Do come early because this is one of the busiest cathedrals during Holy Week.


3. Church of St. Joseph the Worker

Where: Victorias City


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

The Angry Christ painting by Alfonso Ossorio

Image: Joemel Peraren


The Church of St. Joseph the Worker, famously known as the Church of the Angry Christ, is a unique Visita Iglesia spot because of its painting of Jesus Christ with a fierce expression.

How to get there: From Bacolod, take a bus going to Victorias City. Ask to be dropped off at Crossing Victorias. Fare is at PhP37. Hail a tricycle and ask to be dropped off at the church located inside the Victorias Milling Company. Fare is at PhP28.


4. Church of San Nicolas de Tolentino

Where: Talisay City


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

Façade of the Church of San Nicolas de Tolentino

Image: Noel Tan


There’s nothing extravagant about the structure of the Church of San Nicolas de Tolentino but the story behind the church is worth discovering.

How to get there: From Bacolod, you can take a bus or jeepney going to Talisay City. Ask to be dropped off at Jocson. Fare is at PhP7 for both jeepney and bus. Cross the street and walk straight to the church. It’s best to avoid going there on a Friday, when it is busiest.


5. Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage Church

Where: La Carlota City


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage Church on a cloudy day

Image: Journeying Sarah


Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage Church was constructed during the Spanish era. Also known as La Carlota Church, the centuries-old structure features Romanesque architectural design made of coral stones and red bricks from Silay City.

How to get there: From Bacolod, take a bus going to La Carlota City. Fare ranges from PhP30 to PhP55. Ride a tricycle and ask to be dropped off at the church. Fare is at PhP7.


6. Vito Church

Where: Sagay City


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

Worshippers gather at Vito Church.

Image: Miss Millennial Negros Occidental


Vito Church is believed to be one of the miraculous churches in Negros because it houses the icon of Sr. San Vicente Ferrer. If you want to pray for healing, this is an ideal place to go.

How to get there: From Bacolod, take a bus to Sagay City and get off at Crossing Vito. Fare is at PhP130. Hail a tricycle and ask to be dropped off at Vito Church. Fare is at Php15.


7. St. Roch Catholic Parish

Where: Municipality of Manapla


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

The Opera House-inspired church at Manapla

Image: St. Roch Parish Manapla


The St. Roch Catholic Parish is not an old structure but is famously known because of its architecture, which bears a resemblance to the Sydney Opera House in Australia.

How to get there: From Bacolod, take a bus going to Manapla. Fare is at PhP44. St. Roch Catholic Parish can be found along the National Highway, directly across the town plaza.


8. Our Lady of Guadalupe Church

Where: Municipality of Valladolid


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

The façade of Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Image: Aniceto Buenafe


The Our Lady of Guadalupe Church was built by Recollect missionaries in 1851. It could have been the biggest Church in Negros Occidental if it was not devastated by fire.

How to get there: From Bacolod, take a bus going to Valladolid. Fare is at PhP32. Ask to be dropped off at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church along Negros South Road.


9. Church of St. Magdalene

Where: Municipality of Hinigaran


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

The structure of Church of St. Magdalene dates back more than a century ago.

Image: Legion of Mary


The Church of St. Magdalene is one of the oldest churches in Negros Island. Established in 1881, the church features Romanesque architecture and a three-level belfry at the left side. Beside the church are five bells that are as old as the structure.

How to get there: From Bacolod, take a bus going to Hinigiran. Ask to be dropped off at Church of St. Magdalene. Fare is at PhP55.


Which of these churches will you be visiting this Holy Week? Let us know on the comment section below!


* Prices may change without prior notice.

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Lester Nillos is a Bachelor of Arts in Communication graduate from the University of Saint Lasalle. He loves history and is a heritage advocate in his city. He is a content writer during weekdays and a content creator in Youtube on weekends. He dreams to be a well-known blogger like Wil Dasovich someday.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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March 13, 2018

9 Visita Iglesia Spots in Negros Occidental that are Worth Visiting

You can pray at these churches in Negros Occidental on your Visita Iglesia.

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Going on a Visita Iglesia (church visit) is a famous Semana Santa or Holy Week tradition done by Roman Catholics to meditate on the passion of Christ. It is a custom of visiting seven different churches while praying the Stations of the Cross. Traditionally, it is done during Maundy Thursday but is now practiced on any day within Holy Week.

If you’re looking for Visita Iglesia spots in Negros Occidental, check out our list below of churches you can visit this Holy Week.


1. San Diego Pro-Cathedral

Where: Silay City


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

The façade of San Diego Pro Cathedral

Image: John Rigil Kent Javier


San Diego Pro-Cathedral is the only church in Negros Occidental with a dome. It’s also the only pro-cathedral in the Philippines outside Manila. Its architecture is inspired from churches in Italy designed by Italian architect Lucio Bernasconi.

How to get there: From Bacolod, take a bus or a jeepney going to Silay City. Ask to be dropped off at Silay Church which is beside the National Highway. Fare is at PhP13 for jeepneys and PhP17 for buses.


2. San Sebastian Cathedral

Where: Bacolod City


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

San Sebastian Cathedral lights up before nighttime falls.

Image: Jen Jimenez


San Sebastian Cathedral is a heritage structure built out of coral stone and hardwood. It is a standout architecture in Bacolod City because of its beautifully illuminated façade.

How to get there: Ride a jeepney and ask to be dropped off at San Sebastian Cathedral. Fare is at PhP7. Do come early because this is one of the busiest cathedrals during Holy Week.


3. Church of St. Joseph the Worker

Where: Victorias City


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

The Angry Christ painting by Alfonso Ossorio

Image: Joemel Peraren


The Church of St. Joseph the Worker, famously known as the Church of the Angry Christ, is a unique Visita Iglesia spot because of its painting of Jesus Christ with a fierce expression.

How to get there: From Bacolod, take a bus going to Victorias City. Ask to be dropped off at Crossing Victorias. Fare is at PhP37. Hail a tricycle and ask to be dropped off at the church located inside the Victorias Milling Company. Fare is at PhP28.


4. Church of San Nicolas de Tolentino

Where: Talisay City


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

Façade of the Church of San Nicolas de Tolentino

Image: Noel Tan


There’s nothing extravagant about the structure of the Church of San Nicolas de Tolentino but the story behind the church is worth discovering.

How to get there: From Bacolod, you can take a bus or jeepney going to Talisay City. Ask to be dropped off at Jocson. Fare is at PhP7 for both jeepney and bus. Cross the street and walk straight to the church. It’s best to avoid going there on a Friday, when it is busiest.


5. Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage Church

Where: La Carlota City


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage Church on a cloudy day

Image: Journeying Sarah


Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage Church was constructed during the Spanish era. Also known as La Carlota Church, the centuries-old structure features Romanesque architectural design made of coral stones and red bricks from Silay City.

How to get there: From Bacolod, take a bus going to La Carlota City. Fare ranges from PhP30 to PhP55. Ride a tricycle and ask to be dropped off at the church. Fare is at PhP7.


6. Vito Church

Where: Sagay City


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

Worshippers gather at Vito Church.

Image: Miss Millennial Negros Occidental


Vito Church is believed to be one of the miraculous churches in Negros because it houses the icon of Sr. San Vicente Ferrer. If you want to pray for healing, this is an ideal place to go.

How to get there: From Bacolod, take a bus to Sagay City and get off at Crossing Vito. Fare is at PhP130. Hail a tricycle and ask to be dropped off at Vito Church. Fare is at Php15.


7. St. Roch Catholic Parish

Where: Municipality of Manapla


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

The Opera House-inspired church at Manapla

Image: St. Roch Parish Manapla


The St. Roch Catholic Parish is not an old structure but is famously known because of its architecture, which bears a resemblance to the Sydney Opera House in Australia.

How to get there: From Bacolod, take a bus going to Manapla. Fare is at PhP44. St. Roch Catholic Parish can be found along the National Highway, directly across the town plaza.


8. Our Lady of Guadalupe Church

Where: Municipality of Valladolid


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

The façade of Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Image: Aniceto Buenafe


The Our Lady of Guadalupe Church was built by Recollect missionaries in 1851. It could have been the biggest Church in Negros Occidental if it was not devastated by fire.

How to get there: From Bacolod, take a bus going to Valladolid. Fare is at PhP32. Ask to be dropped off at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church along Negros South Road.


9. Church of St. Magdalene

Where: Municipality of Hinigaran


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

The structure of Church of St. Magdalene dates back more than a century ago.

Image: Legion of Mary


The Church of St. Magdalene is one of the oldest churches in Negros Island. Established in 1881, the church features Romanesque architecture and a three-level belfry at the left side. Beside the church are five bells that are as old as the structure.

How to get there: From Bacolod, take a bus going to Hinigiran. Ask to be dropped off at Church of St. Magdalene. Fare is at PhP55.


Which of these churches will you be visiting this Holy Week? Let us know on the comment section below!


* Prices may change without prior notice.

Lester Nillos

Lester Nillos is a Bachelor of Arts in Communication graduate from the University of Saint Lasalle. He loves history and is a heritage advocate in his city. He is a content writer during weekdays and a content creator in Youtube on weekends. He dreams to be a well-known blogger like Wil Dasovich someday.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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March 13, 2018

9 Visita Iglesia Spots in Negros Occidental that are Worth Visiting

You can pray at these churches in Negros Occidental on your Visita Iglesia.


Going on a Visita Iglesia (church visit) is a famous Semana Santa or Holy Week tradition done by Roman Catholics to meditate on the passion of Christ. It is a custom of visiting seven different churches while praying the Stations of the Cross. Traditionally, it is done during Maundy Thursday but is now practiced on any day within Holy Week.

If you’re looking for Visita Iglesia spots in Negros Occidental, check out our list below of churches you can visit this Holy Week.


1. San Diego Pro-Cathedral

Where: Silay City


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

The façade of San Diego Pro Cathedral

Image: John Rigil Kent Javier


San Diego Pro-Cathedral is the only church in Negros Occidental with a dome. It’s also the only pro-cathedral in the Philippines outside Manila. Its architecture is inspired from churches in Italy designed by Italian architect Lucio Bernasconi.

How to get there: From Bacolod, take a bus or a jeepney going to Silay City. Ask to be dropped off at Silay Church which is beside the National Highway. Fare is at PhP13 for jeepneys and PhP17 for buses.


2. San Sebastian Cathedral

Where: Bacolod City


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

San Sebastian Cathedral lights up before nighttime falls.

Image: Jen Jimenez


San Sebastian Cathedral is a heritage structure built out of coral stone and hardwood. It is a standout architecture in Bacolod City because of its beautifully illuminated façade.

How to get there: Ride a jeepney and ask to be dropped off at San Sebastian Cathedral. Fare is at PhP7. Do come early because this is one of the busiest cathedrals during Holy Week.


3. Church of St. Joseph the Worker

Where: Victorias City


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

The Angry Christ painting by Alfonso Ossorio

Image: Joemel Peraren


The Church of St. Joseph the Worker, famously known as the Church of the Angry Christ, is a unique Visita Iglesia spot because of its painting of Jesus Christ with a fierce expression.

How to get there: From Bacolod, take a bus going to Victorias City. Ask to be dropped off at Crossing Victorias. Fare is at PhP37. Hail a tricycle and ask to be dropped off at the church located inside the Victorias Milling Company. Fare is at PhP28.


4. Church of San Nicolas de Tolentino

Where: Talisay City


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

Façade of the Church of San Nicolas de Tolentino

Image: Noel Tan


There’s nothing extravagant about the structure of the Church of San Nicolas de Tolentino but the story behind the church is worth discovering.

How to get there: From Bacolod, you can take a bus or jeepney going to Talisay City. Ask to be dropped off at Jocson. Fare is at PhP7 for both jeepney and bus. Cross the street and walk straight to the church. It’s best to avoid going there on a Friday, when it is busiest.


5. Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage Church

Where: La Carlota City


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage Church on a cloudy day

Image: Journeying Sarah


Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage Church was constructed during the Spanish era. Also known as La Carlota Church, the centuries-old structure features Romanesque architectural design made of coral stones and red bricks from Silay City.

How to get there: From Bacolod, take a bus going to La Carlota City. Fare ranges from PhP30 to PhP55. Ride a tricycle and ask to be dropped off at the church. Fare is at PhP7.


6. Vito Church

Where: Sagay City


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

Worshippers gather at Vito Church.

Image: Miss Millennial Negros Occidental


Vito Church is believed to be one of the miraculous churches in Negros because it houses the icon of Sr. San Vicente Ferrer. If you want to pray for healing, this is an ideal place to go.

How to get there: From Bacolod, take a bus to Sagay City and get off at Crossing Vito. Fare is at PhP130. Hail a tricycle and ask to be dropped off at Vito Church. Fare is at Php15.


7. St. Roch Catholic Parish

Where: Municipality of Manapla


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

The Opera House-inspired church at Manapla

Image: St. Roch Parish Manapla


The St. Roch Catholic Parish is not an old structure but is famously known because of its architecture, which bears a resemblance to the Sydney Opera House in Australia.

How to get there: From Bacolod, take a bus going to Manapla. Fare is at PhP44. St. Roch Catholic Parish can be found along the National Highway, directly across the town plaza.


8. Our Lady of Guadalupe Church

Where: Municipality of Valladolid


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

The façade of Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Image: Aniceto Buenafe


The Our Lady of Guadalupe Church was built by Recollect missionaries in 1851. It could have been the biggest Church in Negros Occidental if it was not devastated by fire.

How to get there: From Bacolod, take a bus going to Valladolid. Fare is at PhP32. Ask to be dropped off at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church along Negros South Road.


9. Church of St. Magdalene

Where: Municipality of Hinigaran


Visita Iglesia churches Negros Occidental

The structure of Church of St. Magdalene dates back more than a century ago.

Image: Legion of Mary


The Church of St. Magdalene is one of the oldest churches in Negros Island. Established in 1881, the church features Romanesque architecture and a three-level belfry at the left side. Beside the church are five bells that are as old as the structure.

How to get there: From Bacolod, take a bus going to Hinigiran. Ask to be dropped off at Church of St. Magdalene. Fare is at PhP55.


Which of these churches will you be visiting this Holy Week? Let us know on the comment section below!


* Prices may change without prior notice.

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Lester Nillos is a Bachelor of Arts in Communication graduate from the University of Saint Lasalle. He loves history and is a heritage advocate in his city. He is a content writer during weekdays and a content creator in Youtube on weekends. He dreams to be a well-known blogger like Wil Dasovich someday.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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