Iloilo is the place where the past meets the future. Featuring this unique characteristic, Iloilo Blog features several ways on how the Province preserved its culture and heritage while diving to modernization. With Iloilo is seen as the horizon between the ocean history and the vast sky of development.

Renovation and preservation are the pillars of Iloilo’s mission to keep its local tradition and pride. Old churches have been renewed and antique houses have been reconditioned to withstand time and to further showcase the richness of Ilonggo history to the next generation.

It is also in this section of the Iloilo Blog site that you will discover about the Ilonggo ways. Identical to numerous municipalities instituted all through the Spanish royal period that remains to flourish these days, Iloilo is in exertion in development and focus to variations, noteworthy of venturing. Its tale even now unfathomable and captivating as it is will never come to an end.

Casa Gamboa: Museum For Tia Patron
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Casa Gamboa: Museum For Tia Patron

Let’s embark another museum located at Corner Jayme and Commission Civil St. Brgy. Benedicto, Jaro, Iloilo City – Casa Gamboa. With the help of Tinukib Foundation Inc. (TFI),…

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The Depiction of the Past – Casa Mariquit Ancestral House
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The Depiction of the Past – Casa Mariquit Ancestral House

Iloilo is rich with historical destinations and ancient places. Some of those were ancestral houses turned into public museums. Situated at Santa Isabel, St. Jaro, Iloilo, stands a…

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Restoration of the Yusay-Consing Mansion
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Restoration of the Yusay-Consing Mansion

Plazas are often surrounded with churches and mansions. Some of those are being preserved by their families and were passed from generation to generation but most of those…

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4 Things You Might Not Know About Iloilo
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4 Things You Might Not Know About Iloilo

Iloilo City geographically located at the center of the Philippines. It is popularly known as the ‘City of Love’ and the land of the famous religious festival, Dinagyang.…

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