VIGAN – A glimpse of colonial past

Experience the captivating charm and a glimpse what remains from one of the Philippines oldest surviving structures of Spanish Colonial Architecture dated in the early of 16th century.

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48 responses to “VIGAN – A glimpse of colonial past

  1. I love the photos and a look of a place that I will not be able to visit in person. Thank you for the visit to my blog and the follow . It gives me the chance to know you and your blog. I will be happy to explore your post!

  2. I’ve always identified a great photographer through one trait — he/she can take people to places, willing or unwilling. Brilliant photography — especially the perspective and composition – kudos!

  3. Thank you for stopping by my blog. I’m looking forward to following your adventures. These photos are beautiful.

  4. Beautiful photography. I love that you captured the essence of the ancient architecture. I especially love the one with the shutters and furniture all leaning against the wall of the old building.

  5. Pingback: 8 Reasons Why Vigan Should Be One of the Wonder Cities of the World·

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