Temple of Leah, the Taj Mahal of Cebu

With its Greek-inspired architecture, entering the temple feels like you are not in Cebu. Built in 2012, Temple of Leah is a symbol of Teodorico Soriano Adarna’s undying love for his wife, Leah Albino-Adarna. This is why the place is often dubbed as Cebu’s Taj Mahal.

However, Temple of Leah is not a mausoleum, but it houses the personal possessions of Leah. They are exhibited in the temple’s museum, library, and art gallery.

The building that records the history of the Adarna clan is also a Cebu City landmark.

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