Villa Angela

Calle Quirino, Vigan City, Ilocos Sur, Philippines

About This Heritage Home


About Vigan

Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage City and unbeknownst to many, Vigan is an island, which used to be detached from the mainland by three rivers – the great Abra River, the Mestizo River and the Govantes River. It is unique among the Philippine towns because it is the country’s most extensive and only surviving historic city that dates back to the 16th century Spanish colonial period. Popular sites include Calle Crisologo, which is located in the Mestizo district- the old quarters of the city, The Syquia Mansion Museum, Plaza Salcedo's Dancing Fountain, Padre Burgos House, and the National Museum of the Philippines. Nearby is the Bantay Church Bell Tower. Of special note are the Hotel Luna, which houses an extensive collection of art, including La Mandolinera by Jose Luna, as well as the centuries-old Sta. Maria Church, another UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Price: 1,500.00 USD

  1. Help Protect & Preserve This 150-Year Old Historical Home

    $186.00 contributed of $1,500.00 goal
  1. Edward II Ragpala

  2. JM Cervantes

  3. Ana Tateshvili

  4. Christine Yu

  5. Damien Bachelet

Total Contributors - 5
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    Emmeline Verzosa

    Meet Emmeline Verzosa, the proud custodian of Villa Angela, a historic property that spans generations. Former Executive Director of the Philippine Commission on Women, Emmeline now oversees this cherished home passed down through her family as president of the family corporation and manager.

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