Photo Blog: Laoag by Night

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Seldom cities glow at night just as Laoag City does. The street lights, well-lit structures and beautifully illuminated halls draw a unique charm that will make you fall in love with the city’s unique character under the dark sky.

Here are some of the images I took while strolling the streets of this charming city at night.

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Good Friday Procession: Catholic devotees prepare for the annual procession held every Good Friday. The procession feature life-size statues of characters and events on the life and passion of Christ.
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Street March: The well-lit Marcos Hall of Justice gives the much needed light to the procession as the marchers pass by.
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Heart of the Park: The center of Aurora Park in downtown Laoag City is this fountain locally called Pamulinawen. Pamulinawen is the name of the lady on top of the fountain.
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Tobacco Monopoly Monument: A tall monument made of brick in Aurora Park, built by Ilocanos to thank King Alfonso VII for lifting Spaniard monopolization of tobacco industry.
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Street Lights: A city's busy intersection glows in street lights in the backdrop of the well illuminated Sinking Bell Tower of Laoag.
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The Capitol: Standing proud at the center of the city is the Ilocos Norte Provincial Capitol. At night, it glows with light, adding charm to its grandeur.
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Sinking Bell Tower: The landmark of the city, the imposing view of St.William’s Cathedral's sinking bell tower gives the city a unique character.

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