Iloilo culture is found in every heritage landmark such as hundred-year-old churches and historical places of the province. Ilonggo’s identity has already been marked in all of those sites and with its nearby places. The real treasures behind every site are the stories behind them that made up the – Ilonggo culture. Iloilo Blog offers you stories and articles that feature a lot of thing about these customs and traditions and its people as well. From its language usage to renowned landmarks, there’s a rich historical background of culture among all of these.

Ilonggo culture features the culture and heritage of Iloilo, specifically the famous ones, and detailed ways how an Ilonggo interacts and expresses. These culture traits are embodied not just by a real Ilonggo but also the natives of its neighboring places, and even some of those cultures became a belief. Truly, Ilonggo culture has an iconic identity that makes you speak – “Ilonggo na!”

7 Visita Iglesia Churches to See This Semana Santa
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7 Visita Iglesia Churches to See This Semana Santa

Ilonggos are well-versed with many of the practices and traditions surrounding Semana Santa. One of these well-known customs includes paying homage to some of the province’s Visita Iglesia…

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Dinagyang 2019 Opening Salvo Kicking Off Tomorrow, January 11
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Dinagyang 2019 Opening Salvo Kicking Off Tomorrow, January 11

The celebration and festivities never end in the City of Love. Just when you thought all the hype has died because the holiday seasons have come to close,…

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Culture and Heritage of Iloilo in a Statue
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Culture and Heritage of Iloilo in a Statue

The “Lin-ay sang Iloilo” or the beautiful Lady of Iloilo is a symbolic statue standing right at the top of Iloilo City Hall. It is commissioned by the…

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Ways of Ilonggos in Saying “I Like You” to a Special Someone
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Ways of Ilonggos in Saying “I Like You” to a Special Someone

Ways of Ilonggos in Saying “I Like You” to a Special Someone “Gusto taka.” is a direct Hiligaynon translation of “I Like You.” but how does an Ilonggo…

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