Mga Batang Lider ng Silang

Muling mamumuno sa bayan ng Silang si Mayora Omil Poblete (pangalawang termino) kasama ng kanyang batang Bise, Aidel Belamide. Nasa kamay ng mga batang lider ang kinabukasan ng bayan ng Silang. Nawa’y magbukas… Continue reading

Yaman ng Bayan. Ika-420 Taon ng Simbahan ng Silang 1595-2015

Yaman ng Bayan: Ika-420 Taon ng Simbahan ng Silang, 1595-2015 sa panunulat nina Teresita Palma Unabia, Phillip Lacson Medina at Mark Gregor Parin dela Cruz Published to commemorate the 420 Years of Silang… Continue reading

Coming soon. Filipiniana Library at Museo de Silan

The Museo de Silan Library is located at the second floor of the old convent. Access to the library is by appointment only.

Fiesta ng Bayan ng Silang

Erihiya, Retablo, at mga Banal na Hiyas: Mga Piling Yamang Bayan ng Silang, Cavite na may Kinalaman sa Pananampalataya sa Panahon ng mga Heswita noong 1599-1768

Erihiya, Retablo, at mga Banal na Hiyas: Mga Piling Yamang Bayan ng Silang, Cavite na may Kinalaman sa Pananampalataya sa Panahon ng mga Heswita noong 1599-1768 Go to http://www.bagongkasaysayan.org/saliksik/?p=315 Ang Saliksik E-Journal ay… Continue reading

First in the History of Silang, First in the History of Cavite

Emilia Lourdes “Omil” Poblete is on her way as the First Lady Mayor of Silang. Joining her in this milestone in local history will be the First Lady Vice Mayor, Rosalie “Gigi” Loyola.… Continue reading

SILANG SERIES THREE.3

Silang Series https://museodesilan.wordpress.com/silang-series/ Written as part of the course requirements for AS 270, Philippine Arts and Society, First Semester 2010-2011 by Phillip N.A.L.Medina, MA Art Studies Major in Museum Studies.     In… Continue reading

  • WELCOME

    Welcome to the virtual museum of Silang, Cavite, an online venue to showcase the rich local history of one of the oldest towns of the Philippines. This will provide viewers with a glimpse of a forgotten world highlighting various changes in society, government, culture and rural landscape. Its virtual gallery brings together old photographs courtesy of the local people, from antiquarian books and private collections, and the National Archives. It also offers the local community a venue to discuss local history and to fill in the vacuum of information on the internet on local historical heritage. Contributors are very much welcome to join in this historical venture.
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  • About the Author

    Phillip L. Medina, a Silangueno