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Old houses in Dumaguete

Discussion in '☋ Photo Board ☋' started by RHB, May 28, 2008.

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  1. RHB

    RHB DI Senior Member

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    If you look real hard you can find some interesting old houses in Dumaguete. Silliman University of course has some well maintained examples of colonial architecture. Seems with all the clamor to advance into modernity, some of these oldies will just rot away. Many of them are beyond repair, but still offer a glimpse of the "old' Dumaguete".
    Here is one near the boulevard some may have noticed.
     

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    when we passed tanjay we also saw some interesting old houses.I think it's near the sugar mill.
     
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    Seen that house near the boulevard a couple of times. It's really facinating. Reminds me of my history during my school days... yah, i fluncked it... hehe.. :wink: just once. :D
     
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    Thanks for the photo. I enjoy being able to see the few older buildings around and find it interesting. The one thing that is rare, at least to me, are the old capiz windows.
     
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    This is my favorite area in the forum, and I like checking back here for photos to share with my wife.

    Nice photo there, by the way. You don't see architecture like that much anymore, which is a shame. It has a lot of character.
     
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    we saw also some old houses around dauin just on the way going to dauin church its on left side and the other one is just near the beach. just on the dive site name dauin north... sorry that i dont have photo of them.. i just remember them coz if this topic old houses in dumaguete,, how i wish i have chance to post some picture too, just to share it to all of you... thanks HRB for this all effort and to share some photos.. .. big thanks for the forum.. i have chance to see all of those post picture and to get more info.. about where the gentle people lives and gentle people gives info
     
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