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Iligan Diyandi Festival

“Wara-wara Sa Iligan! Tara Na!” Come, Celebrate 29 Days Of Fun! The Iligan Diyandi Festival is the official title for the city’s month long cultural celebration. It concludes with the feast day of Saint Michael the Archangel on September 29. The festival was established to promote Iligan’s cultural identity. You see, Cebu has Sinulog, Davao […]

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Christmas in Iligan

Celebrate next Christmas in Iligan. What is Christmas in Iligan City like? It’s a celebration like no other. Celebrating Christmas holidays in Iligan City as I remember it fondly, is a celebration of faith,thanksgiving, and LOTS of Fun! It’s a perfect time to offer thanks and perfect time to reminisce about the good ole days! […]

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Iligan Tartanilla

Iligan Tartanilla – the former King of the Road! Listen! clikity clak…clickity clak…did you hear that? Way before the jeepney, the Iligan tartanilla or “kalesa” (horse-drawn carriage) was the Philippines’ king of the road. It was the country’s major mode of transportation. It was then when life seemed simply easy and slow… Drift back in […]

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Arts and Culture in Iligan

If you’re like me, then you will love to learn the arts and culture in Iligan. Painting and poetry is part of it but there are also dancing and singing which by themselves are a pure art form. The best time to experience arts and culture in Iligan is during the Diyandi Festival. During the […]

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Adlaw sa Iligan

“Adlaw sa Iligan” simply means, Day of Iligan. Why Iligan Celebrates “Adlaw sa Iligan”? It is a one day event to include a parade with hundreds of participants led by city officials ending with a program and a flag raising ceremony at the City Plaza. But, why? By the time you finish reading this page, […]

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Iligan Fiesta

The Iligan fiesta always draws a crowd. It’s celebrated on September 29 every single year. But, Iliganons start their preparations and other celebrations months ahead. Have you heard these words — Kasadya Festival, Señor San Miguel Fiesta, Diyandi Festival? You would think these three names taken separately point out to three different fiestas, but frankly, all […]

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