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  1. whom can i ask about the history of the crisologo museum? the head maybe?

    whom will i addressed my letter sir/madam.?

    this is inline with my thesis study. hope you could help me.

    thank you.

  2. unfortunately, i do not have any names. you can visit the museum itself. there is a caretaker there who can tell you all about the museum.

  3. wow, it seems like a lot of people are interested in the crisologo family/museum. i would be great to visit vigan again to see how it has changed over the years. as more and more tourists visit the country, there is no better time to visit that now.

    thanks for visiting!

  4. Whenever I go to Vigan, this is one of the places I will never miss to drop by. Good to stroll the whole house and imagine how the Crisologos and our old folks lived their lives. I bet it’s less complicated than what we have right now. I’m here in dubai and looking forward to visit your humble town on my next holiday.

  5. the museum is indeed one of the treasures of vigan. not only does vigan showcase centuries old history, but it shows more contemporary history in the form of this museum. it is amusing to see how much the world has changed since then.

  6. Governor Carmeling Crisologo will be the addressee, if you want to know more of the history to her family. She is highly educated and highly respected. I would like to make a comment on what I read on some of the comments of the people, the Crisologos did not have a lot of enemies as what many people who do not really know the Crisologo family first-hand. They are sincere and great people person. Nana Carmeling and my Aunt Elsing Yang of Vigan and Candon, Ilocos Sur were friends and both had been to the remotest barrios of the neighboring provinces of Ilocos and reached out to people who were the poorest of the poor and the neediest of the needy. Most of what former Governor Carmeling P. Crisologo did or still doing with the people in Vigan and neighboring towns and provinces are not usually published as most politicians do. I do believe that she is a true and honest and devoted christian. Thank you and God Bless the Crisologo family and Vigan, Ilocos Sur, Philippines!

  7. unfortunately i have no idea, however just be careful not to get there during lunch hours as some of the museums there close.

    thanks for visiting!

  8. Hi admin, can i have your contact number? I’ll be sending a request to shoot in the museum.. I would want to talk to whoever is in charge so we could do the request already.. Thank you.. you may contact me @ 09062824332-camille

  9. hi Camille,

    my apologies, i do not have the contact number of the crisologo museum. unfortunately, doing a google search doesn’t turn up anything either. you can probably try to get in touch with accomodations the and they might be able to help you get the phone number.

    thanks for visiting!

  10. Halo!How I wished I could visit this place!Mwah!! I think my blood line came from this place! My lolo was the late Gregorio Crisologo, my Father was Nilo Garces Crisologo …Oh! Lord may you give us he opportunity to visit this place…

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