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It is bounded by Ilocos Norte in the north, Abra in the northeast, Mt. Religion Christianity is widely spread in the province. Approximately 85 percent of the total population professes Roman Catholicism, the prevailing religion in the province. History Before the arrival of the Spaniards, the coastal plains in northwestern Luzon, stretching from Bangui Ilocos Norte in the north to Namacpacan Luna, La Union in the south, were as a whole known as a progressive region called the Ylokos.
This region lies in between the China Sea in the west and Northern Cordilleras on the east. Salcedo declared the whole Northern Luzon as an encomienda. Subsequently, he became the encomendero of Vigan and Lieutenant Governor of the Ylokos until his death in March 11, Augustinian missionaries joined the military forces in conquering the region through evangelization.
They established parishes and built churches that still stand today. Three centuries later, Vigan became the seat of the Archdiocese of Nueva Segovia.
A royal decree of February 2, separated Ilocos Norte from Ilocos Sur, the latter to include the northern part of La Union as far as Namacpacan, now Luna and all of what is now the province of Abra.
The sub-provinces of Lepanto and Amburayan in Mt.
Province were annexed to Ilocos Sur. The passage of Act by the Philippine Legislature in March defined the present geographical boundary of the province.
The names of famous men and women of Ilocos Sur stand in bold relief in Philippine history. Pedro Bukaneg is the Father of Iluko Literature. His mother, Leona Florentino was the most outstanding Filipino woman writer of the Spanish era.
Vicente SingsonEncarnacion, an exemplary statesman, was also a noted authority on business and industry. These serve as transportation facilities linking the province to other provinces and metropolis.
There are several bus lines that ply the Manila-Vigan route. The km distance from Manila to Ilocos Sur is a comfortable and scenic seven-hour ride.
Check with the airlines as schedules vary. To get to Ilocos Sur Vigan from Laoag City, you can take public transportation, with travel time starting from 1 hour and 30 minutes 80 kilometers. Modes of Transportation To go to other municipalities, towns or nearby provinces, you can take buses, mini-buses or jeepneys.
Tricycles are also widely available around the province. Calesas, or horse-drawn carriages, are a popular icon in Ilocos Sur. If you wish to drive on your own in exploring Ilocos Sur, there is good list of accredited van or car owners which offer car rental services.
Seaports and Airports There is one airport in the province located at Mindoro, Vigan City that is only opened for chartered flights, but there is a proposal for its upgrading and improvement. There are two sub-ports in the province located at Salomague, Cabugao and Sulvec, Narvacan.The sub-provinces of Lepanto and Amburayan in Mt.
Province were annexed to Ilocos Sur. The passage of Act by the Philippine Legislature in March defined the present geographical boundary of the province. The names of famous men and women of Ilocos Sur stand in bold relief in Philippine history. Pedro Bukaneg is the Father of Iluko.
Ilocos Sur (Ilokano: Makin-abagatan nga Ilocos) is a province in the Philippines located in the Ilocos Region in Luzon. Vigan City, located on the mouth of the Mestizo River is the provincial grupobittia.com Sur is bordered by Ilocos Norte and Abra to the north, Mountain Province to the east, La Union and Benguet to the south and the South China Sea to the west.
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The Ilocos Region was already a thriving, fairly advanced cluster of towns and settlements familiar to Chinese, Japanese and Malay traders when the Spaniard explorer Don Juan de Salcedo and members of his expedition arrived in Vigan on July Forthwith, they made Cabigbigaan (Bigan), the heart.
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