THE Guinness World Records title-holder St. Vincent Ferrer Prayer Park (SVFPP) in Bayambang that draws local and foreign tourists has re-opened on Oct. 8 but only to devotees and visitors from Pangasinan.
Only 1,000 people are allowed to enter the park at a time, fill out information sheet honestly, wear mask and face shield, undergo thermal scanning upon entry, practice hand washing or regular use of alcohol, limit the number of people inside the chapel to 150 only at a time, maintain cleanliness and observe physical distancing at all times.
The clinched a Guinness World Record title for Tallest Bamboo Structure (Supported) with its 50.23–meter high St. Vincent Ferrer image made of engineered bamboo with steel frame in April last year.
The SVFPP was the project of Mayor Cezar Quiambao’s wife, Niña Jose-Quiambao to to mark the 400th year of the foundation of St. Vincent Ferrer Parish (the physical church was built in 1869), and worldwide, the commemoration of the 600th year of the saint’s death. (Philstar Wire Service/ECV)
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