Yap-Sandiego Ancestral House

Yap-Sandiego Ancestral House

The Yap-Sandiego Ancestral House is one of the most established houses in the Philippines. Worked in the late seventeenth century, the genealogical house has stayed in its unique state despite the fact that it as of now shows climate beaten however unwavering structures made of molave and coral stones because of time. This was the place of Don Juan Yap and Doña Maria Florido with their 3 youngsters: Maria, Eleuterio and Consolacion. 

Yap-Sandiego Ancestral House, photo-1, cebusite.com

During the 1880's, Maria Florida Yap, the oldest little girl of Don Juan and Doña Maria, wedded Don Mariano Sandiego who was that time the Cabeza de Barangay of Parian. The house has outperformed two or three ages. In 2008, the familial house was turned over under the consideration of Val Sandiego and his better half, Ofelia. Val Sandiego, one of Cebu's well known choreographers, legacy symbol and workmanship authority, is the extraordinary incredible grandson of Doña Maria Yap-Sandiego. 

Yap-Sandiego Ancestral House, photo-2, cebusite.com

Accepting that the Yap-Sandiego Ancestral House is a piece of Cebu's history and legacy, Val safeguarded and painstakingly reestablished his progenitor's home utilizing coral stones stuck with egg whites, molave, balayong and earthenware. He likewise immovably stands never to sell the house regardless of what the offer is. 

Yap-Sandiego Ancestral House, photo-3, cebusite.com

The house is loaded up with contemporary and old works of art, old fashioned pieces and Cebuano-made local furnishings. There are additionally life-sized statues, religious symbols and pictures of holy people found around the 2-story house.

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