This has clearly been Grand a long time ago. But now it looked neglected and badly needs attention. We cannot discount the historical value though. We should learn from past mistakes.
Nice heritage museum but this need careful attention now unlike when this was first cared by the originator. The organization of items displayed were in its specific places well segregated theme. Amazing items and one could think how much would these all worth today. Altogether this museum still have helped generate revenue for the city. Come and see it for... More
It is a crumbling edifice in sore need of repairs and a perfect example of someone's delusions of grandeur.
I do not know why this is called a Santo Nino Shrine. This is not a place of prayer. This is more of antique collection of the former first lady, Mrs. Imelda Marcos. Although the entrance resembles that of a church, the rest are antiques collected from all over the world. Otherwise, if you are into antiques and Imelda's history... More
Our first stop in our mini tour of Tacloban City.. Such a grand place by the Marcos. All furnitures even they're old are still incredible. Each room has a different theme. What i love most about the place are their walls. So unique and so creative. I'm just bothered by the dust and the place is so hot. we got... More
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