Because their Spanish colonial houses are intricately designed to depict 16th century Filipino civilization.
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Because Calle Crisilogo will bring you back to the Spanish era while learning Philippine History
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Whether by walking or riding their colorful Calesas.
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Because they are good in preserving & restoring spectacular architectures like these
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And this Neo-Gothic and pseudo Romanesque motif Vigan Cathedral.
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Which showcases the rich cultural heritage of Ilocos Region.
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Because the people are nice, cheerful & helpful.
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Because they make one of the best Longganisas in the country.
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And the only place where you can taste the best tasting, special, orange colored empanadas.
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And where you can find the crunchiest tasty Chichacorns
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And try Ilokano dishes with weird names like Poqui Poqui, Dinengdeng, Utong, Kabatiti and more.
Photo of Poqui Poqui By: Flickr | Joel Ignacio
Because its the only place in the Philippines where cobblestone streets are well maintained.
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And the perfect place to learn pottery and jar making
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While finding best buy relics and antiques
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Because this picturesque scene will welcome you
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Because its less than an hour to reach this paradise called “Saud Beach, Pagudpud” away from Vigan City.
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and to this awesome Bangui Windmills
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to this amazing Kapurpurawan Rock
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and to this astounding sunset view in Pagudpud.
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