Casa Mariquit

Casa Mariquit anmeldelser, Iloilo City


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Martin H
Hongkong, Kina416 bidrag
A well preserved old building
feb. 2020
This is tucked away down a side street but worth a visit if you can find it.There is a lot of history in the building so you can take a while here or be quite quick if you don't want to look at the personal effects in too much detail.
Skrevet 24. februar 2020
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LolaGo1
Washington DC, DC5 682 bidrag
NOT Impressed Here!
jan. 2020 • Alene
I was not impressed when we stopped here! Outside, it seemed dirty and not well maintained.

Inside: Personal stuffs on display such as desk used by VP Lopez, pictures, bedroom, dining room, kitchen w/o appliances, etc.

Entrance fee is 50 pesos per person.

Needs major cleaning and dusting up here!
Skrevet 22. februar 2020
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Mariann Tormon
Iloilo City, Filippinene191 bidrag
Preserved Memorabilia; Sweet Love Story Retold
aug. 2019 • Familie
Wanna learn about a supposed arranged marriage that was ditched by Mariquit for her one true love? Visit this place and be enthralled as the guide retells the story of Mariquit and her husband, the then Vice President of the Philippines, Fernando Lopez Sr.

Their antique possessions are still preseved, including their shoes, telephones, bags, cameras, and more. You can sit down in the living room for all the time you want and look at their photo albums. Find and be amazed of the portrait of the couple whose eyes seems to follow you wherever you go.

Pay an extra tip to the guide for beautiful photos. There’s an ample parking space at the back. No food is served though, just plain tour of the house with minimal entrance fee.

No need to reserve or set an appointment in visiting.
Skrevet 30. januar 2020
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Aba B
47 bidrag
Kann man mal reinschauen.
des. 2019
Leider ist Iloilo recht arm an Sehenswürdigkeiten, sodass man mehr oder zwangsläufig zu diesem Haus pilgert. Interessant wegen seiner traditionellen Architektur, befindet es sich leider in einem recht prekären Zustand. Für einen Euro führt einen ein junger Mann durch die museumsartigen Räume, in denen im letzten Jahrhundert einmal ein philippinischer Vizepräsident wohnte.
Skrevet 18. desember 2019
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sheigridpia
Koronadal, Filippinene55 bidrag
One of the oldest house in Iloilo
nov. 2019
When we reached the place we were bit hesitant to enter, no one in it, the house was closed and a bit creepy. The neighborhood inform us to just call the caretaker. When we enter the house you will be amazed. All the memorabilia of Fernando Lopez, the former Vice President of the Philippines and his wife Mariquit was still there even the bed with "kulambo" was still there. The minimal entrance fee which is P 50.00 was worth it to know some history of the house and the love story of Fernando and Mariquit.
Skrevet 27. november 2019
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locel
15 bidrag
Lovely ancestral home
sep. 2019 • Alene
The Casa Mariquit is impressive because of its collection.
Well taken cared of and friendly tour guide and caretaker. A must visit for tourists and visitors of the City of Love, Iloilo
Skrevet 4. september 2019
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Rosalie Ann Ignacio Untalan
Kidapawan, Filippinene77 bidrag
Wow to an old Casa that displays the memories of the past!
aug. 2019
One of the oldest heritage houses in Santa Isabel St., Jaro, Iloilo City, Casa Mariquit was built in 1803 by a banker, Ramon Javellana. Then, it became the home of his granddaughter, Mariquit, and her husband Fernando Lopez who also served as the Vice President of the Philippines in the 1950’s.
This is where you can find the old El Filibusterismo book by Dr. Jose Rizal.
You can already tour the house and take photos with the old arts and crafts with your Php 50.00. The house is good for photo ops with old Spanish Era themes.
Skrevet 9. august 2019
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juneearp
Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Filippinene31 bidrag
historical spot in iloilo
mai 2019
it's the house of the vice president of Ferdinand Marcos ...
they close at 6pm, but we arrived at 7pm ..
we told them that we came from manila, they accepted us in, and gave us the tour ...
Skrevet 16. juni 2019
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phuajohnny
Singapore, Singapore33 bidrag
An old museum.
mai 2019 • Familie
This Casa Mariquit I visited on 18 May 2019 is now a very run down place. It don't seem to be well maintained. It is a private museum. Not much to be seen and guide could not speak much English.
Skrevet 22. mai 2019
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Ara G
Filippinene80 bidrag
Reminiscing the past
jan. 2019 • Venner
So amazing how Casas tells us more than its years. Awesome tour guide kuya bong for explanations and instagrammable pictures!!!
Skrevet 7. februar 2019
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