Calasiao is well known for its "Puto" or rice cake but did you know that one of the thirty-three declared churches as UNESCO World Heritage sites and National Culture Treasures could also be found in this town? The St. Peter and Paul Church in Calasiao is also one of the largest churches in Pangasinan. Adjacent to the church is the Roman Catholic Convent which was built in 1596 and renamed San Pedro y San Pablo de Calasiao. What intrigues me or fascinates me the most is the convents kitchen. It is separated from the convent and looks like a big old school brick oven. At a glance i thought it was some sort of a tomb because of its achitectural structure but when i asked one of the Priest, he said that it was an old spanish kitchen. I asked permission from the caretakers if I can take pictures of the place and he said yes. One of the caretakers was kind enough to show me around the convent which was being renovated at that time. Here are the pictures. Enjoy!