Teggallalang Rice Terrace ♦ Bali, Indonesia | by Ed Lowe
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Built during the heydays of the Spanish lore and rule (circa 1859) in Carcar, Province of Cebu, Philippines, this terra-cotta roofed manor house (a.k.a. Balay Na Tisa) was owned by one Don Sarmienta along Sta. Catalina St. It is just a stone’s throw from the 1876 Graeco-Tuscanian style church of St. Catherine of Alexandria
It is one of the few well-preserved remaining houses, of its kind, in Cebu, spanning four generations. This heritage site houses the artifacts during its time: priceless antiques of silver and ceramics and furnitures made of tindalo wood of the Sarmiento family. Not far from this place is the famous Noel House (or the Big House) where Gen. Leon Kilat was killed six days after his glorious victory against the Spanish invaders at Tres de Abril, Cebu City.
Tisa is a form of limestone.
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