Epiphany of Our Lord Parish | Things to do in Lingayen-Pangasinan
|Address:||-, Lingayen, Pangasinan|
|Fee:||Open to the public|
Aguedo Agbayani Park looks like a mini version of Luneta Park with a lot of trees and benches designed for anyone who's looking for a peace of mind. It is situated just across the Capitol Building and is the good place to unwind right after a tour of the city. The park was named after Pangasinan's longest serving Governor, Aguedo F. Agbayani.
Designed by Ralph Harrington Doane, Pangasinan’s Capitol Building is of neo-classical architectural design and is considered as one of the Architectural Treasures of the Philippines by the National Commission for Culture and Arts. The construction of the original building began in 1917, was completed in 1918, and was inaugurated in 1919. It was damaged during World War II and was reconstructed in 1949 under the term of Governor Enrique Braganza. In 2007, during the term of Governor Amado T. Espino, Jr., the building was renovated as the initial part of the governor’s project, “dawning of the golden era” of the province.
Sison Auditorium, also called by the Pangasinenses as the Cultural Center of Pangasinan (CCP), is a frequent venue for the citywide events of Lingayen. This neo-classical auditorium showcases the Manaoag Festival, musical concerts, cultural shows, theater plays, graduation, social and major government functions, and the renowned ASNA Awards which recognizes the most outstanding Pangasinenses in specific fields. Some of the famous ASNA Awardees are Joyce Bernal, F. Sionil Jose, Jose De Venecia, and Fidel Ramos.
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Where to stay
Immerse yourself in the real local experience when you book at this transient home located at Lingayen, Pangasinan. The place is simple and equipped with the basic comforts you need. Staying at this local home will give you a glimpse to everyday Pangalatok life.
Getting there and around
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