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Sariaya Municipal Hall

Posted by admin on July 27, 2006

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8 Responses to “Sariaya Municipal Hall”

  1. wow ! that really is an Art Deco. Who is the architect of this building.

  2. Rain said

    Sariaya has more to offer not just the Classical Art Deco of the Sariaya Municpal Hall, our town has also nostalgic mansions with august past built during the 1920’s. and we have also our Well preserved 1700’s church, that was recently elevated to as the ST. FRANCIS OF ASISSI PARISH CHURCH – DIOCESAN SHRINE OF STO. CRISTO DE BURGOS!

  3. Rain said

    Sariaya has more to offer not just the Classical Art Deco of the Sariaya Municipal Hall, our town has also nostalgic mansions with august past built during the 1920’s. and we have also our Well preserved 1700’s church, that was recently elevated to as the ST. FRANCIS OF ASISSI PARISH CHURCH – DIOCESAN SHRINE OF STO. CRISTO DE BURGOS!

  4. Andy Kwong said

    Dear Rain,

    I am looking to buy or rent a historic or so-called “ancestral home” to start an art gallery. Do you know of any available in Sariaya?

    Thanks for your assistance
    Andy Kwong
    call or text me at (632) 382 4182
    email: docteurwine@yahoo.com

  5. taga bukal3 said

    NAPAKAKULAY NAMAN NG MUNISIPYO.

  6. maganda po talaga dito sa amin… learn more about our town please visitSariaya, Quezon online

  7. Eric J. Dedace said

    The present Art Deco style Sariaya Municipal Hall dates back to the year 1931 during the administration of then Sariaya Presidente (Mayor during the American occupation period) Hilarion Valderas. It was designed by the renowned architect Juan Arellano.

  8. rain said

    SARIAYA NEXT LEVEL.

    3 OF ITS WELL PRESERVED ANCESTRAL MANSIONS WERE DECLARED AS NATIONAL TREASURE BE NATIONAL HISTORIC INSTITUTE.

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