Historic Vigan, A UNESCO World Heritage Site — Subli

Vigan, the provincial capital of Ilocos Sur in Luzon northwest region on the Mestizo River, was built by the Spaniards in 1572, their third oldest settlement on the islands after Cebu and Intramuros. Unlike Intramuros, it was never fortified. It has some of the Philippine’s best remaining Spanish colonial architecture. Before the Spanish arrived, trade […]

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2 Responses to Historic Vigan, A UNESCO World Heritage Site — Subli

  1. SCLMRose says:

    Thanks for the reblog. Much appreciated.

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