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I was expecting it more of like Casa Manila where they were able to preserve even the most antique and vintage furniture just to give the people an idea what it’s like to live during the Spanish era but this place was almost barren except...More
House of Aurora Aragon Quezon
Historical site in Front of the Cathedral where the family of the Wife of the first President of the Philippine republic lived.
It has already been renovated , re constructing it to copy the original house. The only original structure...More
Its nice to see old houses..... brings back good old memories.
Yes it is an old house but it is well maintained.
Nice to see some memorabilias.
Bringing my children here gives them the feel of the actual history which the textbook cannot give.
compare to one house that we visit in Cebu. This place is well maintained, but sad cause there are no in house guide and we learn nothing from this place. Please please please, make room for improvement.some people are just clueless and guides might help....More
The Quezon's house is very simple and maintained very well. You will appreciate how simple life is back then and the humble beginnings of the family. Furniture are intact and the place is well maintained.
This is a good stop for history lovers. The guides are also passionate in storytelling, so that's an extra. You get good photos of rare historical pieces, plus a good grasp of why heroes are exactly what they are now - people we look up...More
Quezon's resthouse is a small but well maintained house with a few furnitures and historical facts. You can look around and take pictures but since the house is too small, it could only take you 5 minutes to check the place. The first time we...More
It gave a glimpse to one the life of the first president of the Philippines. I appreciated the place since it was maintained so well and though there are now only a few memorabilia of the late president, it still gave a good look on...More