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Ilocos Sur Philippines
Museum filled with Homeyness and Ancient Charm
Ilocos Sur Philippines Guide allows you uncover the beauty of Ilocos Sur and helps you experience the best that Ilocos Sur has to give.
Ilocos Sur Philippines brings you back to the 16th century, when Spain turned Vigan into the arc of economics, politics, religious, social and cultural activities of the north.
Vigan City, a well-preserved Spanish colonial town, remains the Ilocos Sur's capital and was inscribed in UNESCO's World Heritage List in 1999.
Its cobble-stoned streets, heritage museums, religious structures, public squares, and 180 ancestral houses magnets a growing number of tourists from all over the world.
Aside from Vigan, Ilocos Sur offers a long list of majestic sites, including centuries-old churches (most especiallyly Santa Maria Church, used as a fortress during the 1896 Philippine Revolution), national shrines and museums, picturesque waterfalls and white-sand beaches.
Ilocos Sur's main industries are furniture manufacturing, jewelry making, pottery-making, ceramics, and food processing. Its main export markets are Australia, Europe and Japan.
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