Luckily, I was able to visit Vigan twice in 2012 and 2013. I am in love of its old beauty. Considering that it is a UNESCO heritage, it is a must-visit in the Philippines showcasing the Hispanic colonial structures built in hundred years. It is one of the living and breathing museum, Philippines is proud of.
This is me at the busiest and most known street in Vigan: Calle Crisologo.
Me at Plaza Salcedo and the Vigan Church at my back.
Vigan City Hall
Facade of Vigan Cathedral
Line of “Kalesa” at Plaza Salcedo.
Me inside the Vigan Cathedral.
Kalesa is one of the livelihoods and means of transportation in Vigan.
Baluarte, the infamous zoo and safari in Vigan.
The global voting started in 2012 for 1,200 cities vying for the seven (7) posts. Voting for the “New7WondersCities” finalists continues through three phases:
28-21 phase: 21 Oct 2013 – 7 July 2014
21-14 phase: 7 July 2014 – 7 Oct 2014
14-7 phase: 7 Oct 2014 – 7 Dec 2014
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Where is Vigan located?
Juan Dela Cruz | @morefunwithjuan
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