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Museo del Seminario Conciliar de Nueva Caceres

The Museo del Seminario Conciliar de Nueva Caceres is located inside the Holy Rosary Minor Seminary. It is an ecclesiastical museum housing the images, paintings, relics, old bibles and artifacts of the Archdiocese of Nueva Caceres.

The museum’s Archaeological section holds artifacts from Bicol’s precolonial era. Meanwhile, the Art section exhibits a collection of old artworks (by Mariano Asuncion, Juan & Jose Camacho, etc.) owned by the Archdiocese of Caceres. Mariano Asuncion (1802-1885) is considered as one of the 19th century master painters in the colonial Philippines. Father and son, Juan & Jose Camacho are local artists from Naga City. As painters, they were commissioned by the local church to do portraitures of bishops and popes and other religious icons which are considered as important cultural and religious patrimony of the Bikol region.


Holy Rosary Minor Seminary, Elias Angeles St., Naga City, Camarines Sur


Museo del Seminario Conciliar de Nueva Caceres


By appointment until further notice


Free; Guests/Visitors may donate


Ecclesiastical Museum



Archaeological Section



Art Section

Photos courtesy of Julianne Marie Mendoza

Sources: Historical Museums to Visit in Naga by The Litton Hotel


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Investment and Tourism Promotions Office (ITPO)
City Hall Compound, J. Miranda Ave., Naga City
Tel. No. +63-54-205-2980 (Globe) or 871-2050 (PLDT), local 1130
E-mail: tourism@naga.gov.ph

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