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Tourists Attractions within the Ilocos Norte Region

  • Cape Bojeador Lighthouse – This lighthouse is located 45 kilometers north of Laoag City. It was built in 1892 on a high point of land projecting into the sea. Overlooking the northern portion of the SOuth China Sea, it sends signals to ships passing by the Cape until today.
  • Paoay Church – The Paoay Church is also included in the UNESCO World Heritage list. To see this majestic structure with its unusual mix of architetural influences (Gothic Baroque and Oriental) is an overwhelming experience. The church was completed in the late 1890’s. The coral stone bell tower beside the church was used as an observation post of the Katipuneros during Philippine Revolution.
  • St. William’s Cathedral – The church was built in 1612 inspired by the italian faced held by tour pairs of coupled columns. The Augustinians built the church.
  • Sta. Monica Church – Sitting approximately seven kilometers east of Laoag is the Sta.Monica Church. It was built facing the Sarrat river. This structure was inspired by Neo-Classical and Baroque architecture.
  • Sinking Bell Tower – One of the must-see attractions in the city of Laoag, the Sinking Bell Tower is located more than 90 meters away from St. William’s Cathedral.
  • Juan Luna Shrine – The Juan Luna Shrine is located in Badoc. It is a repository of the Luna family memorabilia.The paintings of Juan Luna are exhibited, including a reproduction of the Spoliarium.
  • Malacañang of the North – Malacañang of the North is situated overlooking the legendary Paoay Lake. It was built as the official residence of the late President Ferdinand Marcos.
  • Pasuquin Cave – Explore the Pasuquin Cave, which is 45 minutes from the town proper through a dirt road. A permit from mayor’s office must be secured before going.

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