Bautista-Uytangcoy House in Malolos

Bautista-Uytangcoy Mansion Malolos Santo Nino Street Residence House History Ministry Interiors First Philippine Republic Secretaria Fomento Architecture Layout Map Museum Visit Construction Style The Bautista-Uytangcoy Mansion is located along Santo Niño Street in Malolos, Bulacan Province. Adjacent to the Adriano House, The Bautista-Uytangcoy residence used to house the Ministry of Interiors during the First Philippine Republic, It was the Secretaria de Fomento and home of Don Antonio Bautista, Aguinaldo’s Secretary of the Interior. It is ornately sculpted Neo-Classic touches and was built in the 1850s and renovated in 1877 in the French Art Nouveau style. The Bautista-Uytangcoy House contains heirloom memorabilia including the original KKK flag and here. Jose Rizal and Marcelo H. del Pilar spoke to the 21 women of Malolos on June 27, 1892. Continue reading

Bishop’s House in Calbayog

Bishops House Calbayog City Samar Residence Local Ordinaries Diocese Catholic Location Avelino Street Telephone Contact Priest House Address History Construction Mission Purpose Hours Visit Map Info Bishop’s House in Calbayog was built in the early 1900s and serves as the official residence of the Local Ordinaries of the Diocese of Calbayog since its creation in 1910. The Bishop’s House is located on JD Avelino Street in Calbayog City, Samar. Their telephone contact number is +63 55-209-1372. Continue reading

The Magsaysay Museum in Zambales

Ramon Magsaysay Ancestral House Museum Castillejos Zambales Residence History Construction Location Memorabilia Historical Marker Enscription President Home National Commission Map Layout Collection The Ramon Magsaysay Ancestral House and Museum is located in  Castillejos, Zambales. This is the same house where the late President Ramon Magsaysay, popularly known as “The Guy”, grew up. At present, it is a a museum that contains his memorabilla. He attended the University of the Philippines and the Jose Rizal College, worked as the chief mechanic of a bus company, fought in World War II, was appointed as the Military Governor of Zambales in 1945, elected to the House of Representatives in 1946, was appointed as Secretary of National Defense in 1950, and elected into the presidency in 1953. As secretary of national defense in 1950, he was instrumental in breaking the backbone of the Hukbalahap movement in Central Luzon. He died in a plane crash on March 17, 1957 at Mt. Manunggal in the Continue reading

The Quezon House in Baler

Quezon House Cemento Baler Aurora President Manual Residence Location Ruins History Cement Staircase Distance Destroyed Typhoon Baler Pictures Vacation Home Sabang Barangay Dona Tricycle Tour Guide The Quezon House in Cemento, Baler, in Aurora Province was once the vacation home of Philippine President Manuel L. Quezon. The house was a short walking distance from Cemento Beach. Today, only the foundation and a cement staircase remain; the house was destroyed by a typhoon. To get to this location, the best means to go there is by private vehicle as there is no regular public transportion going to Barangay Cemento from the Baler town proper. It is also possible to take a tricycle from Baler to Barangay Sabang and take a 45-minute walk to Barangay Cemento, but one would have to wade through the river that cuts between the two barangays. It will take approximately an hour to get to the Quezon House from Baler. Continue reading

Sideco House in Nueva Ecija

Sideco House San Isidro Nueva Ecija Province History Capital First Philippine Republic Crispulo Kakpitang Pulong Gobernadorcillo Governor War Hideout Residence Home Troops General Wright Colonel The Sideco House was once the capital of the First Philippine Republic, and is located in San Isidro in Nueva Ecija Province. The house was owned by Crispulo Sideco, known to many as Kapitang Pulong, former gobernadorcillo of San Isidro, and one-time acting governor of Nueva Ecija. While hiding from the Americans, General Emilio Aguinaldo and his men resided in the Sideco House for over five months before fleeing to Isabela. With the general and his troops entrenched in San Isidro, the town became the capital of the Philippines at that time. It was also here where Governor General Wright and Colonel Frederick Funston during the Filipino-American war stayed and planned the capture of the first President of the Philippine Republic, General Emilio Aguinaldo. Continue reading

Tali Beach House Batangas

Tali Beach House Hotel BatangasOffering quality accommodations in the sightseeing, beaches district of Batangas, Tali Beach House is a popular pick for both business and leisure travelers. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer. Visitors to the hotel can take pleasure in touring the city’s top attractions: D. Silang, P. Burgos, Bay City Mall. At Tali Beach House, every effort is made to make guests feel comfortable. To do so, the hotel provides the best in services and amenities. Top features of the hotel include family room, car park. Hotel accommodations have been carefully appointed to the highest degree of comfort and convenience, with separate dining area, satellite/cable TV, balcony/terrace, television LCD/plasma screen, Continue reading