(Okay. So this wan't properly arranged because of the Uploading necessaries)
So. Let's start with this art-deco on a room alloted for a photo gallery of the famous Ilocano heroes that boost our nationalism. A displayed glass that has a miniature scenario of the execution of the three priests named GOMBURZA (Father Mariano Gomez, Father Jose Burgos, Father Jacinto Zamora)
A replica of a vessel that was used in the old times for trading.
Ilocano dresses. I could imagine women wearing this Filipiniana during those times.
Construction of the world-renowned UNESCO Heritage Site, Paoay Church.
The Tobacco Monopoly
An exact replica of a "garrote" that was used to execute the GOMBURZA priests.
A Treasure Chest. How classic.
I have no idea what this is. I just captured it right on time before we leave
A look of the ancestral house.
It's common for Filipino houses to have an art gallery on their dining room.
look what I found. An old-times telephone. We had one like that when I was a child.
Known for being religious, Ilocanos display their collection of religious figurines.
Piano. My favorite
Cello. We were not allowed to play it or even touch it.
Look! This captured my attention. This was a telephone, I think?
A glimpse of the bed rooms.
A sewing machine
Take a look on Father Burgos' Bedroom
This was Father Jose Burgos
A coffin in the old times
These are their musical instruments
Weapons in the ancient times
Also a weapon
Baskets and things used for fishing
Machine for weaving
Art gallery of the Ilocano Heroes
The Battle of Tirad Pass
There are a lot to in Ilocos. It's more fun in the Philippines.
Have all the best of love. Break free. Joreina