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Reviewed July 26, 2016 via mobile

This tiny house is full of antique objects of virtually everything colonial. It's like being on a scene from Noli or El Fili. The Php 50.00 entance fee is probably too much for the actual experience.

Thank Lawrence A
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Reviewed July 25, 2016

A great old museum house which shelters numerous artifacts and old antique. Original structure. From wood walls, the flooring and the tisa clay roof. A very typical old house which contribute a big significant in history of Cebu.

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Reviewed July 25, 2016

It is old and has presented the way Cebuanos live in the olden times for 4 centuries that has been passed on to generations. It is more on the Spanish era. Most items has been preserved with love and care by the descendants.The corals, china ware, narra and other furniture that has been made with those Philippine trees. Typhoons and earthquakes had been through but still it is their standing with resilience. Old treasures worth to witness the history .

Thank Mariz1226
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Reviewed July 23, 2016 via mobile

Built during the 17th century, passed from generation to generation (now on its 8th generation). Everything you'll see inside are still original, meaning all antiques! The house is still 90% original, corals, molave, narra & kamagong are a few of the materials used way back the Spanish Era. Believe it or not, it withstood the earthquake last 2011 & 2013!

Thank Hannah_Airah
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Reviewed July 21, 2016

We visited the Yap-Sandiego Ancestral House on our city tour. It is a very old and well maintained house, full of antiques and interesting artefacts. The building itself has been well preserved and looked after. It is interesting to wander around the house, looking at and admiring all the old treasures. Well worth the visit.

Thank Lalitha5645
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