|the house of Capt. Hi lario Sunico (Kapitan Tiago), one of the Characters in Rizal's NOLI|
only 100k to have it installed.
why is there no historical marker ? well it cost 100k and the owner of the
house must be the one to buy the maker before having it installed.
|another Sunico Ancestral house|
a junk shop. most probably owned by Hilario Sunico a renowned 19th century
bell-caster, metal smith and the Gobernadorcillo of China Town this foundry
on # 20 calle Jaboneros, San Nicolas, Manila. is dated round 1865.
Hilario Sunico was born in 1848 and died in 1918 as written on a bronze bust of
his image that was used as marker for his grave in La Loma.
|this is the Fundicion de Hilario Sunico|
The foundry casted 176 churchbells all over the country. The foundry is
the base of the renowned 19th century bellcaster
Hilario Chanuangco- Sunico (1848 - 1918).
here are more pictures I would like to share. seen at the front main doors
|original 1870s stone brick|
|gov gen. Blanco used to visit here.|
next we went to this Old Iglesia ni Kristo
and a foundry located near Camba St.
|this house is for rent, to be demolished or rebuilt according to the new tenants taste.|
this can be found in Madrid cor Lara St.
I will let the photos speak from this point on. as I dont know what the houses re called
and who the owners are. Lawrence, I need your help here, better include these houses
in your next Walk with Chan food trip tour.
another old house build somewhere in the 188x
this is for rent, but can be built, customized to your taste. if you are the tennant.
this is another one that can be found in San Nicholas , Panceteria Macanista de buen gusto