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Достопримечательности и памятники в г. Ilocos Region

Художественные музеи

Художественная галерея
“The Ganduyan Museum is often closed, but if you ask at the store next door you can make an appointment to see the collection. It's worth the effort: there's a great assortment of local beads, jewelry, baskets and other rattan woven items, and other local artifacts. It's a great way to gain a new perspective on Sagada's culture and traditions!”
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Исторические музеи

History Museum
“It is small but it has lovely pictures of history and utensils to look at. Monday's closed.”
  • Рекомендуют 3 местных жителя
Художественная галерея
“The Ganduyan Museum is often closed, but if you ask at the store next door you can make an appointment to see the collection. It's worth the effort: there's a great assortment of local beads, jewelry, baskets and other rattan woven items, and other local artifacts. It's a great way to gain a new perspective on Sagada's culture and traditions!”
  • Рекомендуют 2 местных жителя

Живописные виды

Живописное место
“Great place to enjoy the mountain view. Lots of food stalls and souvenir shops at the entrance gate of the park. It is also near Good Shepherd souvenir shop where you can buy our famous ube and Strawberry jam. ”
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Парк скульптур
“TAM-AWAN Village is a reconstructed Cordillera village showcasing the traditional Ifugao Huts, and Baguio’s art and culture scene. It uniquely blends indigenous aesthetics and exquisite Cordilleran craftsmanship with an artist’s concept for a village adapting to Baguio setting.”
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Capitol Building
“This is the official presidential residence in the summer capital of the Philippines. make sure you get some snaps. If you're lucky you might see some prominent faces in the official grounds.”
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Capitol Building
“At the turn of the century in 1905, the American Government built Baguio City. The Mansion House was the official residence of then Governor General William Howard Taft.”
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Spiritual Center
“252 steps going up to see big statue of Our Lady of Lourdes. PWD are allowed to go straight up using their vehicles.”
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Живописное место
“Mines View Park started out as an American mining town in the early 20th Century. The park overlooks mining town of Itogon, particularly the abandoned gold and copper of the Benguet Corporation”
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Живописное место
“The peak offers a breathtaking view of the sunrise, usually after a rainfall the night before. The walk all the way to the peak takes an hour, give or take, from the town center, and it is best to leave for Kiltepan at 4:30am. A piece of advice, though, take the hike on weekdays. You can thank me later.”
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Живописное место

Исторические объекты

Церковь
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Историческое место
City
“The area of Vigan was originally a settlement of traders coming from the Fujian Province, China. At the time of Spanish colonisation, the Chinese settlers, whose language was Southern Min (Min Nan, often referred to as "Hokkien" by most Filipinos), referred to the area as Bee Gan (Chinese: 美岸; pinyin: měi'àn; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: bí-gān), which means "Beautiful Shore." Since the Spanish conquistadors interchanged V and the B to refer to the /b/ sound, they spelled the Hokkien Chinese name "Bee Gan" as Vigan, which is the name used to this day. Vigan's Chinese heritage is still evident from the numerous elite Chinese creole families who come from the area, many of whom adopted Hispanic family names. Others, such as the Syquia family, have retained Chinese-derived surnames, though most, if not all, of the Christian Chinese creole families fully Hispanicised themselves culturally. The most commonly known source of the city's name is from the Biga'a plant, which once grew abundantly along the banks of the Mestizo River, from which captain Juan de Salcedo derived the city's name (after a misunderstanding with the locals, thinking he was asking the name of the plants).242 km (5hrs and 33mins) from Aguilar. ”
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