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Tourists Attractions in Vigan

  • Calle Crisologo – Located at the heart of the Meztizo district, this cobblestone street is lined on both sides by centuries-old houses. The ground floors are converted to stores and souvenir shops.
  • St. Paul’s Metropolitan Cathedral – This church has three naves, altars, and a choir loft. The Augustinians built this majestic church in 1790-1800 in a unique “Earthquake Baroque” architecture. The octagonal belfry is located 10 meters south of the cathedral.
    Museo San Pablo – The museum complex, named in St. Paul’s honor, is Vigan City’s newest addition to its list of places to see. Situated within the Metropolitan Cathedral, it is committed to conservation through a distinct faith-culture approach.
  • Arzobispado (Archbishop’s Palace) – The only surviving 18th century arzobispado in the country, the palace served as headquarters of Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo in 1898. Its Museo Nueva Segovia showcases ecclesiastical artifacts gathered from churches all over Ilocos Sur.
  • Plaza Salcedo – The elevated elliptical plaza west of the cathedral features the 17th century Juan de Salcedo Monument, the oldest of its kind in Northern Luzon.
  • Burgos National Museum – The ancestral house of Padre Jose Burgos has an excellent exhibit of archeological and ethnographic treasures, antiques and amazing artifacts.
  • Simbaan a Bassit – At the end of Vigan’s Quezon Avenue stands this cemetery chapel. Historian Alberto Lacsamana writes that the “uniqueness of the chapel lies in its being the only one in the region having an espadaña hung with bells.”

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