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Juan Luna Shrine

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Address: Badoc, Luzon, Philippines

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Bahay na Bato

This is a great historical place. We were shown first the video of the significance of the place, then we went upstairs to see the room of Juan Luna. The bed of Juan Luna lies in... read more

Reviewed December 9, 2016
DrVivianRojasMolina
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Zamboanga City, Philippines
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Sydney, Australia
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Stopped here on my way to Laoag. Juan Luna was a prominent painter and political activist in the late 1800's and born in Badoc. Can go upstairs and see the lovely antique and parisian furniture, paintings and surrounds of his residence. Well maintained and attractive building, inside and out. Free entry. Spare 30 minutes for this site.

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Zamboanga City, Philippines
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Reviewed December 9, 2016

This is a great historical place. We were shown first the video of the significance of the place, then we went upstairs to see the room of Juan Luna. The bed of Juan Luna lies in his room. As we went down thru the original main stairs, we can see the ancient source of water, which is still used up... More 

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Thank DrVivianRojasMolina
Manila
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Reviewed August 25, 2016

Been to the Ilocos Region numerous times but not in the last 9 years. Either I missed this one in previous trips or it was put up in 2007 onwards. This site is an ideal history-related tourist attraction for me: compact size with the best highlights/facts of the person's life presented in a visually appealing way. The guides were not... More 

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Pasay, Philippines
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Reviewed May 26, 2016 via mobile

I love history that is why I love this place! You can find in Juan Luna's residence the replica of the controversial Parisian Life painting of Juan Luna and other Juan Luna paintings such as th Spoliarium! Antique furnitures are all around!

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Thank menojascastro
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Reviewed August 27, 2015

During our visit, the Luna house was being renovated, but the people taking care of the Juan Luna Shrine is generous enough to give us a brief walk through of Juan Luna's life and works, which some of the replicas are displayed in the garden.

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Thank TheRunawayCarnival
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Reviewed May 1, 2015 via mobile

Still closed for renovation but there are still guides that will accommodate tourists and tell the history of the Luna Family

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Thank Patty T
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Reviewed March 5, 2015 via mobile

Made the trip down from loag to badoc to see this but was a little disappointed it was closed. A nice young man came out and did give us some information and overall the people who restored this did a wonderful job at quite some expense which you don't often find in Philippines .

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Reviewed January 22, 2015

When the whole family passed by this place, it was closed for renovation. But we were still able to stay for awhile because there where copies of his painting on the exterior walls of the premisses. There was a man who was an actual tour guide of the place (he was wearing an ID) and willingly told us the story... More 

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Paranaque, Philippines
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Reviewed September 2, 2014

It was a memorable experience to visit Juan Luna's house which was preserved with memorabilias on hand. Truly, he is a hero for our country for what he had done.

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Reviewed June 18, 2014

Great Filipino artist, internationally known by winning gold medal in his Spoliarium during the Madrid Art Exposition in the late 1800. A reproduction of the art piece is hanged therein. The house the famous painter once lived is well kept and the curator/guide was able to articulate so well the purpose of having this shrine. Very nice showcase of arts... More 

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