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You must ask for it to be opened

It's a bit confusing as you enter the gateway and are faced with the door to the Museum being... read more

Reviewed March 5, 2015
Bigozzi
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Ask for permission to visit first floor.

Very informative but dusty place - photography is not permitted.Visit to the first floor is a must... read more

Reviewed October 5, 2014
Artur D
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Warsaw, Poland
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Feb 12, 2016
“Old Spanish Church”
Mar 5, 2015
“You must ask for it to be opened ”
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Reviewed February 12, 2016

Very beautiful and wel conserved church rom the time that the spanish had been in Philippines, still Working and situated in the heart of vigan.

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Reviewed March 5, 2015 via mobile

It's a bit confusing as you enter the gateway and are faced with the door to the Museum being closed. The office across has a man who has the key and will open up for you, first you must sign the book and give a...More

2  Thank Bigozzi
Reviewed October 5, 2014

Very informative but dusty place - photography is not permitted.Visit to the first floor is a must. Ask first for permission.

4  Thank Artur D
Reviewed September 12, 2014

We viewed here the different robes and things used in the church of Vigan. Impressive and a lot to learn from what priests wore before aside from the display of wooden saints and other church paraphernalia.

2  Thank Irmaontravel61
Reviewed August 5, 2014

The archbishop's palace is the only remaining 18th century ecclesiastical palace of this kind in the Philippines. The building itself is well maintained. It contains the residence of the archbishop and some church offices, as well as a museum. You have to obtain an entry...More

3  Thank Witoldzio
Reviewed June 18, 2014

A bigger structure seen from the Plaza also close to the Metropolitan Cathedral. Old architecture called Archbishop"s Palace de Nueva Segovia.

2  Thank MijnlieverdFH
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