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The region of Ilocos Sur is the place the Ilocos Region's heap of societies and histories meet to wind up a living exhibition hall of a vivacious past. A national holy place, a national historic point, a national exhibition hall, legacy galleries, genealogical houses, period houses, cobble-stoned roads - they all offer space in the ageless place that is known for Ilocos Sur. Ilocos Norte doesn't miss the mark concerning social occasions. Get an open house voyage through the Capitol each February 2 amid the area's establishment commemoration; encounter nearby mardi gras, the Guling-Guling Celebration, in Paoay before Ash Wednesday; witness wonderful parades and leave parties each May amid the La Milagrosa Holiday; Celebrate Pres. Marcos' day each September; get startled with the nearby phantom celebration, Semana ti Ar-aria each October; and witness the biggest social occasion in the Northern Philippines, the Tan-ok ni Ilocano Festival of Festival each November.
The locals by the drift were alluded to as "Ylocos" which signified "from the swamps" (the "Igorots" of the Cordilleras then again signified "from the good countries"). Hence, the Spaniards called the area "Ylocos" or "Ilocos" and its kin "Ilocanos."
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