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Vernacular Filipino architecture on the island of Siquijor often includes gingerbread details carved into the eaves or window frames. Though evocative architecture is rare in most towns in the Philippines, other than UNESCO protected sites, it is commonly found nearly everywhere, though poorly maintained by locals who normally do not appreciate its inherent beauty.
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Vernacular Filipino architecture on the island of Siquijor often includes gingerbread details carved into the eaves or window frames.  Though evocative architecture is rare in most towns in the Philippines, other than UNESCO protected sites, it is commonly found nearly everywhere, though poorly maintained by locals who normally do not appreciate its inherent beauty.