Incredible footage has caught the moment when the Philippines’ oldest church collapsed when the nation was hit by a 7.1 magnitude earthquake on Tuesday.
The video shows people around the 16th century Basilica del Santo Nino when the bell tower crumbles onto the surrounding streets of Cebu, the cultural capital of the central Philippines.
At least 156 people have been killed in the quake that was one of the worst in the nation's history.
Churches and older buildings have been reduced to rubble and residents are reported to be sleeping outside for fear their homes could collapse.
The collapse of many old churches has been particularly painful in a country that is 80 percent Roman Catholic.
The governor of neighbouring island of Boho, the epicentre of the quake, said that the churches were very close to the hearts of Boholanos and every one of them would be rebuilt.
"Every piece of the church should be left untouched so that restoration efforts can be easier," he said.
"It may not be a total restoration, but closest to what it used to be before."