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Dominican Hill

Posted by admin on July 27, 2006


8 Responses to “Dominican Hill”

  1. rene b javellana, sj said

    It is unfortunate that the Dominican convent in Baguio is an abandoned ruin, its interior practically gutted. Some decades ago it was in good condition, today it has no roof, windows and grille work gone. What a neglect and the years can do.

  2. Mary said

    What happened to this place and who owns it now?

  3. I was wondering if anyone has ever found any other pictures of the Dominican Hill building? I have been searching through the internet and haven’t ben able to find anything pre1970’s….Can anyone help?

    To answer Mary’s question, the City now owns the property.

  4. jacsmerd said

    ay!!!! is this the dominican hill that they talkin’ about,? and what they call now as the ” diplomat hotel” now? ay, sayang, mayat ah, IDI lang ngem hunted meten tadta….ow! by the way, i’v been there..la lang!!!

  5. anna said

    can the dominicans calaim it back to restore it?

  6. pilosopotato said

    this would be a great opportunity for the city to consider adaptive reuse of the building (i suggest you google it)… there’s just so much history in that facade… though probably the stigma of it being haunted and all could be something the people could work on first… most haunted in the country right?… is it really? i’m too scared to find out myself…

  7. Lance said

    The architect is the same as UST’s Main Building in Sampaloc Fr. Roque Ruaño, O.P.

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