Photo Gallery

Photo Gallery

Four Wheel Carroza

The four wheel carroza or carriage was part of
Estefania Angco’s dowry upon her marriage to
Gregorio Syquia in 1875. It is an English-made
“Park Phaeton.” This is similar to a convertible that
allows one to fold down the canvas and wooden
framed roof for use during the summer months or
rainy days. The Syquia owned Park Phaeton is just
one of the many items in the Syquia Mansion that
show Gregorio and Estefania’s appreciation of
luxurious European-made products.

Four Wheel Carroza

The four wheel carroza or carriage that was part of Estefania Angco’s dowry upon her marriage to Gregorio Syquia in 1875 is the English-made “Park Phaeton.” This is similar to a convertible that allows one to fold down the canvas and wooden framed roof for use during the summer months or rainy days.  The Syquia owned Park Phaeton is just one of the many items in the Syquia Mansion that show Gregorio and Estefania’s appreciation of modern, luxurious European-made products.

The Bronze
Hand Knocker

The Mansion has a beautiful hand knocker in the door of the girls’ room. Though not typical, it is no coincidence it is there. The hand knocker is thought to be a symbol of the Hand of Fatima, a talisman to protect occupants from evil, in this case, Alicia and Petronila.

The Bronze
Hand Knocker

The Mansion has a beautiful hand knocker in the door of the girls’ room. Though not typical, it is no coincidence it is there. The hand knocker is thought to be a symbol of the Hand of Fatima, a talisman to protect occupants from evil, in this case, Alicia and Petronila.

Mephistopheles

The Mansion’s sala is home to a small statue of what family members believe to be Mephistopheles, an infamous demon. Several family members, over the years, have their Mephistopheles stories that include seeing reflections of a devil in the large mirror behind him.

Mephistopheles

The Mansion’s sala is home to a small statue of what family members believe to be Mephistopheles, an infamous demon. Several family members, over the years, have their Mephistopheles stories that include seeing reflections of a devil in the large mirror behind him.

Mephistopheles

The Mansion’s sala is home to a small statue of what family members believe to be Mephistopheles, an infamous demon. Several family members, over the years, have their Mephistopheles stories that include seeing reflections of a devil in the large mirror behind him.

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